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If it were not for sponsor BenTech would not be in the position it is today. It was due to a small group of sponsor, who provided the seed funding for the organisation, that we could kick start the organisation. This seed funding was instrumental in allowing Bentech to take its story out to the wider community in order to attract further funding to fully enable the project.

The bulk of the funding to run the Ben’s House Project has been provided by the Department of Local Government and Communities over a two year period.
If it were not for sponsors BenTech would not be in the position it is today. It was due to a small group of sponsors, who provided the seed funding for the organisation, that we could kick start the organisation. This seed funding was instrumental in allowing Bentech to take its story out to the wider community in order to attract further funding to fully enable the project.
If you are interested in making a donation to the BenTech organisation please contact us (click Contacts above) to arrange a time to meet and talk. The My Place Foundation, who is the administrator of BenTech funding, is an incorporated body who is registered with the Australian Taxation Office to receive tax deductable donations, so any donation made to BenTech through My Place Foundation is tax deductible.

Tom Kendall, Managing Director of Mintrex Engineering Pty Ltd has made a serious donation of money over the first twelve months to provide a “kick start” to the project. As well as his monetary contribution Tom has arranged for some of his staff to volunteer their time as consultants to the project,

 

Tim Brown, the older brother of Ben made a cash donation to the project in its early days to get the project established.

John and Pat Allen, parents of the project’s Managing Director, have made a cash donation to the project.

Bentech Assistive Technologies Inc. and its first project, Ben’s House Project, is very dependent on the enormous contribution that has been committed by the volunteers. These volunteers have, even before the official start of the project, donated their time selflessly to a wide range of tasks that are required for a project of this size and complexity.

The Mosman Park Community Men’s Shed, through its committee and its members, has been a keen and active supporter of the project.

The Brown family is, and will be, forever grateful to those who have committed their money, time, expertise and passion to make this vision a reality.