PO Box 1164, Kensington Gardens, SA 5068 aussiebreadtags@gmail.com

A special 80th wheelchair

Our 80th wheelchair is a very special one. Twelve year old Anushca lives with lissencephaly, a rare brain condition. Her new wheelchair-stroller properly harnesses and supports her growing little body and also has space to carry her ventilator… Read More

10 tonnes recycled

This week we are celebrating the huge milestone of 10 TONNES of Aussie bread tags we have collected for recycling over the last four years. That’s a lot of tags! Thanks to the generosity of our recyclers, Transmutation… Read More

Tally Now 72

Elzibe and Justin are our two latest wheelchair recipients in South Africa. Elzibe has ties to Parow High School, who are committed collectors for Bread Tags for Wheelchairs there, so she wanted her photo taken with some of… Read More

Wheelchair Tally = 61

Our latest batch of wheelchairs has been provided to clients of Includid in South Africa : Gert, Petrus, Sally, Toscha and Annie. Includid’s mission is to enable and empower people with intellectual disabilities. This takes our total number… Read More

Colour sorting heroes

During April our longest serving regular colour sorter celebrated her 94th birthday! Jean still gets through a heap of tags each week. We have three ladies over 90 as well as several others sorting for us at home…. Read More

Another 250kg for recycling

Another monthly pallet load of tags (ten 25kg boxes) on its way to Robe thanks to the generosity of H.F Dicker & Son pty.ltd. Going to Robe sometime? Make sure to visit Transmutation – Reduce, Reuse and Recycle… Read More

50th Wheelchair Provided

We have recently been able to fund wheelchairs for Luca and Mpho, who are both living with cerebral palsy and Keenan, who has a heart condition. This takes our Aussie grand total to 50 wheelchairs – keep up… Read More

PNG Outreach

In addition to providing wheelchairs in South Africa, we have recently been able to help fund an outreach program in PNG through Motivation Australia, performing assessment, fittings and follow up for prosthetic and orthotic users, wheelchair and walking… Read More

5 tonnes

Woo hoo, we have now collected more than 5 tonnes of plastic bread tags in Australia, and sent these to Robe, SA for recycling into beautiful home wares by Transmutation – Reduce, Reuse and Recycle.

Plus 7

In December 2021 Aussie bread tag recycling and donations enabled seven more wheelchairs to be provided in South Africa. This took our total to 47 Aussie funded wheelchairs since we started late 2018.