Become a Microenterprise project supporter

Valued Lives welcomes your support / sponsorship of our Microenterprise Project .

A Microenterprise starts off with The Discovery Process and is followed through by identifying activities and opportunities to build upon a person’s passions to move into a Microenterprise.


The next step is Business Mentoring and is where we are  looking for opportunities to connect with mainstream Businesses who want to offer their support /mentoring to budding Microenterprise owners.  If you are interested in supporting our project in this way please contact us on: 1800 844 933 or email

Financial Support

Start-up costs associated with setting up a Microenterprise are always an issue for entrepreneurial microenterprise owners and we rely upon philanthropic donations to help people with equipment and resources that are required for them to get going.

Most people we support are on the Disability Support Pension and do not have disposable income readily available to pay for the things that they need to set up a Microenterprise.

Any funding opportunities/donations/sponsorship to support set-up costs for a Microenterprise would be most welcome and very gratefully received!

Please contact us on: 1800 844 933 or email for more information.

Get involved

Volunteer, Donate or Become a Supporter

Microenterprises help people with disability to live Valued Lives. If you would like to support our mission here through the Microenterprise project there are lots of ways you can get involved. Click the "Get Involved" button below to find out more.

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Valued Lives Foundation Ltd acknowledges the traditional owners of country throughout Australia, and their continuing connection to land, sea and community. We pay our respects to them and their cultures, and to elders both past and present.

This project is supported by the Department of Communities (Disability Services). This project is an NDIS Information, Linkages and Capacity Building (ILC) initiative. For more ILC events and resources please visit the Department of Communities (Disability Services).

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