YADA welcomes the donations of clothing, knick-knacks and other household goods. We sell the goods so that we can raise funds for our Social Support program.

Providing social support for people with disabilities in the Liverpool and Fairfield local government areas

Social Support

A program is for people aged 16-85 with a mild to moderate intellectual disability and their carers living in the Liverpool and Fairfield City Council areas.

Second Hand Store

At our second-hand shops, we sell items that have been kindly donated to us by the local community.


Creating a more sustainable environment for the community and sending less to the tip.

Latest News

Volunteers Urgently Required!!!

July 11, 2018

Do you have a few hours to spare? Do you want to be active and productive? Do you have to do work for the dole or have to complete Centrelink requirements? YADA is currently looking for some volunteers for a variety of positions. Permanent / Part-time Carers at Bonnyrigg South Community Centre Tuesdays and Thursdays…

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Mayoral Ball

August 6, 2014

Come and support YADA and the Cancer Wellness Centre. As the profit recipients of the inaugural Mayoral Ball on August 23rd 2014, we are very excited to be associated with this event and are hoping that it is a wonderful evening.  Tickets are on sale until August 11th and are $150.00 each.  

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Mother’s Day Garage Sale

April 10, 2014

Come down to YADA HQ at 10 Anderson Ave Liverpool on Saturday April12 2014 to find some great bargains.  We’ll be here from 8am to 3pm for your shopping and hunger desires!! Don’t leave your mothers day shopping to the last minute!! We have some great gifts for Mum that most certainly wont break the…

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About Us

A local charity based in Liverpool, NSW that aims to provide social support for people with disabilities in the Liverpool and Fairfield local government areas. The social group meets twice a week to participate in activities that allow them to learn new skills, reduce their isolation, provide their carers with some time off, and enhance their quality of life.


The Young Adults Disabled Association survives off the generosity of our volunteers who devote their time and efforts to working for us. For some, it is a great way to give back to the community, and for others it is a great way to learn new skills and meet new people.


10 Anderson Ave,
Monday to Friday from 8:30am – 3pm.
Closed for lunch 12noon – 1pm
02 9602 7808

YADA’s Social Support Group
Tuesdays and Thursdays from about 9:30am – 2pm

Bonnyrigg South Community Centre
Corner of Brown Road and Gemalla Street, Bonnyrigg

Mount Pritchard
YADA Boutiques:
Townview Road,

Stanley Road
Usually open 9am – 2pm.
May vary from time to time depending on volunteers.

Head Office