Host a luncheon to support people with intellectual disability.
Tap into the excitement of the Cup, with a luncheon full of fashion, fun, food, and flair - backed by a handy, stylish host kit.
This is your chance to have a great time with great friends or colleagues at your own Melbourne Cup luncheon, and all for a good cause.
By registering (for free) to host a luncheon, at home or in your office, you can help put new resources and greater opportunities into the hands and homes of people with intellectual disability.
We know this year has been different to most and this is our way of giving everyone, wherever they are, a chance to live life to its fullest as we enjoy the race that stops the nation.
How it works
2. Plan your luncheon
Pick whether your Melbourne Cup luncheon will be virtual or a small gathering, what your cuisine will be, and start getting the word out to your friends.
3. Enjoy the festivities
Have a great time for a good cause, with every last moment of fun raising essential funds for people with intellectual disability.
disability in australia
1 in 5
People within Australia have some form of disability
smartphones delivered to people with intellectual disability during the peak of lockdown keeping them connected with friends and family, thanks to community support.
of Australian's 8.9 million households include a person with a disability
specially developed learning programs for people with intellectual disabilities created and rolled out across the country.
Australia ranks 21 out of 29 OECD countries for labour force participation of people with disability
invested in the construction of accessible housing matched to the needs of people with intellectual disability.
Almost 80% of school principals report not having enough resources to meet the needs of children with disability.
Every 2 Hours
a child is diagnosed with an intellectual disability