INSPIRED by its story, a local business has made a generous donation to support the work of Cafe on Corporation.
The new cafe provides people with disability, who are Vivability clients, the opportunity to get hands-on experience in hospitality.
It has been open just a few weeks and now Fully Promoted has come on board to supply staff uniforms, which would ordinarily cost $750.
Fully Promoted's owner, Liz Luisi, wanted to supply the uniforms to not only reduce the cost of starting up a new business, but also make staff "feel good about themselves and going to work".
"I think we've got an amazing community here and I want to keep giving to people who are a bit less fortunate, because I can now," she said.
Vivability's Ruth Thurtell was pleased to have the support of Fully Promoted and said having uniforms for everyone was "invaluable".
"It's going to make a lot of difference in the guys' lives because it gives them a sense of belonging," she said.
"It makes a huge difference to the individual, for someone to feel completely included in the community with employment."
Ms Luisi hopes to get out to the cafe soon to see the work staff are doing first hand.
"That is something on my radar, to go and have a coffee with them, because I just think what they are doing is amazing," she said.