Intergy is pleased to announce its support for Kayak for Kids 2015, a fantastic annual event organised by Lifestart, a not-for-profit organisation providing early childhood services to children living with a disability or developmental delay. Intergy attended last years wonderful event, and encourages other small businesses to also get behind Lifestart either by participating (better start training now!) or donate to this fantastic cause. We will see you there on Sunday March 29th!

Details can be found here:

About kayak for kids

Lifestart Kayak for Kids is a unique paddling event that invites competitors and spectators to paddle a 17.5km course in Sydney Harbour from Lavender Bay to Clontarf to fundraise for children with a disability or developmental delay.

The event is open to all people, of all ages and all paddling abilities.

  • Get Fit while fundraising for kids
  • Great team building exercise for families and businesses
  • Excellent way to train for fitness and weight loss
  • Compete on the best harbour in the world
  • Spur on your work colleagues to gather a team
  • A fun social event
  • Enjoy peer to peer rivalry

This spectacular event takes place each year on the last Sunday in March. In 2015 Kayak for Kids will be held on Sunday, 29 March 2015.

About lifestart

Lifestart is a not for profit organisation providing early childhood services for children aged from birth to 8 years old living with disability or developmental delay. Established in 1996, Lifestart began when eight families wanted to create a service that gave their children, all of whom had special needs, the best possible start in life.

Today, Lifestart has grown to a flourishing organisation with seven centres and two satellites across Sydney and a head office at Putney.

Lifestart provides early childhood support to a range of intellectual disabilities and developmental delays: from those more widely known conditions such as Down Syndrome and Autism, to rare genetic disorders.

Intergy has been involved with Lifestart for a number of years, recently assisting them with the development and launch of their Oi (Online Inclusion) website,

Group photo with Turnbull

Intergy Consulting Managing Director David Crotty is shown above at the launch of the Oi website (to the left of the honourable Malcolm Turnbull, Minister for Communications)

A copy of the live stream of the OI website launch event can be viewed here (skip ahead to 27:00 to see the actual launch):