To celebrate our 50th anniversary is to celebrate Australians in need.
Melbourne, Australia – Therapeutic Pillow, a part of the Parnham Group PTY LTD, is proud to celebrate its 50th anniversary as an Australian Family Business company by giving back to the community. Every month, the company is donating to selected local organizations to say thanks for their support for over 50 years.
In honour of International Wheelchair Day, which was celebrated on March 1st, Therapeutic Pillow has selected the Dylan Alcott Foundation to receive 20 of its specially designed Diffuser cushions. These cushions are designed to support and diffuse pressure while sitting for long periods of time, making them ideal for people in wheelchairs.
The cushions are made from Hospital grade SteriPlus polyurethane, which is moisture and bacteria-resistant and features a convenient zip for easy removal. They can be wiped down with a cloth or removed and put in the washing machine.
Therapeutic Pillow is proud to be an Australian-owned company that upholds world-class manufacturing and health and safety standards. The company’s Diffuser Cushions are proudly made in Australia by Therapeutic Pillow.
This month’s recipient: The Dylan Alcott Foundation
The Dylan Alcott Foundation is a charitable organization with the core purpose of helping young Australians with disabilities gain confidence, fulfil their potential, and achieve their dreams. The Foundation’s mission is to help enrich the lives of young people with disabilities by eliminating the barriers of entry to get involved in sports and study through mentoring, grants, and scholarships.
“We are delighted to celebrate our 50th anniversary by giving back to the community,” said Therapeutic Pillow’s spokesperson. “We believe in supporting organizations like the Dylan Alcott Foundation that are committed to making a positive difference in the lives of young people with disabilities. “
Ability Fest, organized by the Dylan Alcott Foundation.
Ability Fest is Australia’s first all-accessible music festival and one of the leading inclusive events in the country. The festival raises funds to help young Australians living with disabilities fulfil their potential through the Foundation’s grant program.
The festival will take place on Saturday, 25th March, at Melbourne’s Birrarung Marr, an urban space embracing civic life and community involvement with sweeping city skyline views and lush greenery. The festival will feature delicious food and drink options, unique experiences, and unforgettable music performances across two stages, with the bonus of being completely accessible to all music lovers.