Unified Hope & Strength in Unity

At Circle of Hope we work to build independence, increase opportunities and social participation for people living with disability

Centre Activities

Circle of Hope is offering in centre and community based activities and programs. Feel free to enquire below.

Its that time of year again – School Holidays!

All School Holiday Program enquiries can be made to Saci Jaque, in the office.

*Participants will be picked up from home, bought to centre and leave together from Circle of Hope

Consent forms can be obtained from the website, in office, or verbal consent via phone call to Saci – is also accepted.

Please provide companion cards to the centre, this will be returned to you after the outing.

Please provide details of any Allergies participants has.

Circle of Hope's Story

Circle of Hope is a registered provider of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) and was established in early 2019 to meet the needs of participants in the community of Southwestern Sydney.

We provide high-quality and genuine support services to vulnerable people of all ages. The initial idea of Circle of Hope was first thought of by the Director in 2015 and was driven by the passion to give back to the community. By 2019, Circle of Hope started supporting their first participant (who is still with the organisation today), employed three (3) staff, and opened their first Centre. Since then, Circle of Hope now supports approximately 150 participants, and employs around 70 staff.

To ensure Circle of Hope’s services remain best practice and unique, they have a Management Team, which involves key people from various expertise, skills, and backgrounds. This collaborative approach to high quality services ensure that it sets Circle of Hope apart from other local providers.

At Circle of Hope we work hard to build independence, increase opportunities and social participation for people living with disability in Australia.