A registered charity on the northern beaches, we’ve served our community since 1982.
Our partners include government, private hospitals, ClubsNSW, local community services and businesses.
Our customers, volunteers, and their families, have a strong emotional connection to our service.
As people get older and increasingly live alone with limited mobility, or for people with a disability or debilitating illness, the resulting social isolation can negatively affect their mental, emotional and physical wellbeing (Beyond Blue, 2014).
At Easylink, we’re committed to increasing social connection for anyone who has difficulty using public or private transport, because we understand the power of transport for wellbeing.
We keep our administration costs down with:
“Thank you for being such a wonderful organisation and for the care that you give to everyone… Thank you for taking such good care of me and helping me to live a little more independently.
“Without community transport, thousands of people would struggle to do what many of us take for granted, like going to the shops or chemist, getting to a medical appointment or leaving the house to see friends and family.