As a not-for-profit organisation, Evergreen Life Care relies on the generosity and support of local communities and residents through the tireless work of volunteers, donations and bequests. This generosity of spirit allows Evergreen Life Care to improve our facilities and enrich the lives of those we serve.

If you feel our work is valuable or you have benefited in some way, you too can play a vital role in inspiring hope and creating community by supporting our work.

Whether you’re able to make a monetary donation, leave a gift in your Will or volunteer your time or services, your contribution helps to enhance the quality of life for each person in our care regardless of age, health or circumstance.

Donations over $2 to Evergreen Life Care are tax deductable. Upon receipt of your donation, we will send you a tax deductible receipt in the mail.

Donations

Driven by care and not profit, Evergreen Life Care relies on the support and generosity of our local community, local businesses, our residents and their families to ensure we can continue to deliver high quality person-centred care.

Donations can be made by way of a financial contributions, materials, services provided and personal or household items.

Financial contributions can be made toward particular projects or simply the overall betterment or improvement of the Villages services and facilities.

If you would like to discuss making a donation to Evergreen Life Care, please talk to one of the friendly management team to discuss options right for you. You can also email [email protected]

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Evergreen Life Care is a community based not-for-profit organisation that takes an individual approach to aged care in the Central Coast.

Corona Virus Update
Visiting at Yallambee Lodge has recommenced between the hours of 11.00am-5.30pm (Monday to Friday) and 11.00am - 3.00pm (Saturday and Sunday) with a maximum of 2 visitors. Any visitors from Campbelltown LGA, Liverpool LGA, Parramatta LGA and Victoria will not be allowed entry. Social outings are now permitted, with a risk assessment form to be completed and reviewed by the RN prior to leaving the Facility.
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