Our mission is to help people
Improving the lives of people living with intellectual disability
Oasis’ purpose is to improve the lives of people living with intellectual disability by managing several programmes and projects especially designed to help them develop to their full potential.
We have made a significant impact not only on the lives of our beneficiaries, but also in our surrounding communities through our recycling project.
Oasis has several enterprises that provide work opportunities for our beneficiaries, while also reducing our reliance on donor funding. The projects include our recycling initiative, confidential paper shredding services, and contract-based work such as sorting and cleaning; packaging, labelling for businesses and manufacturers.
Reduce, Reuse, Recycle
The aim of the recycling project is to create sustainable employment for people with intellectual disability, and to generate an income to subsidise our various programmes and support offerings. Oasis processes 70 tons of recyclable household and business waste a month.
Shop with a conscience
Our sustainability relies heavily on our ability to generate our own income through trading. Our shops and bakery generate a significant portion of our income and provide work opportunities for our beneficiaries.
Pop in to one of our stores and browse our range of pre-loved fashion, books, baked goods, bric-a-brac and more.
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Income generating projects
Reduce. Reuse. Recycle. You can make a difference by recycling your household waste with Oasis.
Shop at Oasis’ second-hand shops and find vintage clothing, books and more. Buying second-hand is good for the planet and it helps us support our beneficiaries.
From cupcakes to crunchies, fresh breads to pies. We bake delicious delicacies, on premises, for you.
Books and Bric-a-brac
Browse around our treasure-filled Bric-a-Brac, pre-loved clothing, and book stores with a wide variety of good quality books.
Our two Group Homes provide a caring home environment for 44 adults with intellectual disabilities.
Our two Day Centres focus on giving all the children in our care the opportunity to develop to their fullest potential.