We Support

Syba Signs enjoys being involved in the community and is proud to support the following organisations and programs.


During the National Year of Reading Syba Signs donated 10% of our NYR product sales to education initiatives. Thanks to the support of our customers we are thrilled to announce that we have become a community partner of Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience (AIME). AIME is a mentoring program that partners university students as mentors with Indigenous high school students. AIME has the objective of seeing Indigenous students finishing high school at the same rate as non-Indigenous students. To find out more and to walk with AIME visit their website at www.aimementoring.com


Syba Signs is a proud sponsor of 'Soundproofed' music festival raising money for Cancer Council NSW.

For a great night of live entertainment and DJ's join us at the Australian Brewery, Rouse Hill on Friday 15th November, 2013 from 8pm.

All proceeds to to the Cancer Council NSW. To donate visit www.nsw.cancercouncilfundraising.org.au/soundproofed

Umoja Orphanage Kenya

Umoja is a non-profit organisation, based in Australia, which is helping to give orphans and vulnerable children in Kenya a second chance at life. Through a holistic care approach, we will empower children and communities to break the cycle of poverty.

Umoja was founded by one of our customers QLD Cathy Booth. Since 2011, the charity has purchased 17 acres of land and commenced building essential services. For more information and to keep up to date on essential fundraising events visit www.facebook.com/umojakenya


Syba Signs is a proud sponsor of Bookfeast. Bookfeast is a Sydney based one-day event that encourages young people to read, reocognise Australian literature and connect with Australian authors and illustrators.

This year Bookfeast celebrated its 21st year with over 500 school students and 40 authors taking part. Throughout the event's history Syba Signs has maintained a strong relationship with the event co-ordinator Michael Fraser from Haberfield Public School.

Butterfly Wings

During the National Year of Reading Syba Signs donated resources to the Springfield lakes group as part of the Butterfly Wings Parent Child program. This program is for babies and toddlers to learn language and literacy skills. You can visit the website at www.butterflywingsearlyyearsconsultancy.com.au/

School of Jude - Tanzania

Syba Signs has provided educational resources for the school of St Jude in Arusha, Tanzania. The School of St Jude is an independent sponsorship-supported school that provides education for Tanzanian children from the lowest socio-economic backgrounds. It was founded in February 2002 by Gemma Sisia (nee Rice) from Northern NSW. You can learn more about the school of St Jude at their website www.schoolofstjude.org/

Children First

Syba Signs supports Children First, a non-profit organisation which provides Children’s Centre’s and Family Support Services. Children First was established to ensure the education, nurture and care of children in their early years. To find out about Children First’s projects have a look at their website. www.childrenfirst.asn.au

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