Join us for a wonderful evening of food, dancing and entertainment.
Saturday 15 June 2019
Dress Code: Evening Cocktail
Help us fundraise so we can further support the learning of our incredible children and celebrate their successes.
The evening’s entertainment will be announced soon!
Places are limited so please click below to purchase your tickets.
We are thrilled to be sharing our inaugural mid-winter social with some of Australia’s most captivating voices…
Master of Ceremonies
Tim McMillan (Channel 9 Perth)
Phillip Kingston (Gary Peer)
Live Performance By
Josh Pitterman and other special guests
Tickets often sell out early so purchase yours now to avoid disappointment.
About Giant Steps
Giant Steps really represents best practice in Australia and even globally in terms of autism education.
Giant Steps Sydney was established a little over 20 years ago by parents that were desperate to find a place where their children would be understood and have the opportunity to learn. Giant Steps Sydney has now grown to include an early learning centre, a primary school, a high school, post school facility, family support programs, and a world first mental health clinic.
A group of passionate parents in Melbourne have worked extraordinarily hard to establish Giant Steps Melbourne at the beginning of 2016, bringing specialised help and hope to children with autism and their families.
The school is funded as to about 50% by government grants, and the balance comes from fundraising.
Giant Steps does not charge fees.
Despite the Melbourne school’s relative infancy, there is already a very long waiting list. The school’s costs are very high, principally because of a very high staff to student ratio.
Giant Steps Melbourne is a registered…need more copy here.
If you can’t join us on the evening, please consider supporting us through a donation at www.giantsteps.net.au.
For more information about Giant Steps and autism please go to:
We look forward to seeing you at the 2019 Mid-Winter Social by Giant Steps Melbourne.
Supporting children and young adults with autism.