The Choice Foundation launched at JewishCare

September 28, 2018 by Elana Bowman
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The Choice Foundation was started by husband and wife team Taryn and Andrew Boyarsky and with board members in the Sydney community who see the need to provide support, assistance, and choices for those with disability.

Taryn Boyarsky addresses the meeting

The focus of The Choice Foundation is on education, respite, social, employment, and independent living for people who have a disability, and to support parents and families with disability support, funding, and innovations.

The aim is for all members of Jewish organisations to come forward with ideas to link with appropriate organisations in the Jewish community
Funding will be given for innovation and ideas, as well as to raise awareness, and to find the right people to give the right support and for all of the Jewish organisations to work together.
“Together we are better. Let us make that choice together” said  Taryn Boyarsky.
The Choice Foundation will be launched within the community within the next couple of weeks. The aim is to help with funding projects and ideas which will help everyone with a disability in the community.
There is a need in the community for inclusion and awareness in regards to disability.
JCA and its Member Organisations including Moriah College, Sydney Jewish Museum, Shalom College, Montefiore and Jewish House will be collaborating and forming partnerships to help provide and support the community (from schools and education programs to one-to-one support) to ensure that funding is given and individuals in the community have the necessary support needed for inclusion.

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