A new future for disability
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FIGHTING CHANCE builds social business to create a truly inclusive economy, where people with disability have unbridled access to opportunity, dignity and prosperity. 

We work with people with disability to identify the barriers they face in their everyday lives and then design, build and empower sustainable social businesses to bridge these gaps.

We ask ‘WHAT IF?’ – to imagine and build a future quite different to the present, where people with disability experience limitless social and economic inclusion.

Our Enterprises

A workplace for all.

Avenue is a day program alternative that is setting the new standard for economic and social inclusion for people with disability.

We support people of all abilities to work, socialise and develop their individual skills, regardless of their support needs.

People prepare best for work, in work.

Jigsaw is a document and data management business that is revolutionising the way people with disability receive job training, work experience, employment opportunities and the ability to transition into mainstream employment.

Choice and control over every aspect of your daily life.

At Base, you’re free to live life on your own terms. To sleep in, rise and shine with the sun, invite your mates over, or head out for a bite.

Staff and housemates feel like family. Connection to community and transparency are key.

Our Impact



OVER 1000




Our Thoughts

Creating unbridled opportunity

Disability is ripe for innovation – so why isn’t there more?

Laura O'Reilly, co-founder of the Fighting Chance Group and Hireup, gave the keynote speech at Tuesday's Australian Disability Service Conference in Sydney, speaking about how we must rethink the traditional models of disability services, in order to create true,...

SBS News: The brother and sister changing outcomes for Australians living with a disability

Fighting Chance co-founders Jordan and Laura O'Reilly also founded Hireup, in addition to the Fighting Chance Group. They spoke with SBS News about how Hireup came to life, and where it is today. When siblings Jordan and Laura O’Reilly founded a disability support...

Jigsaw trainee Olivia secures mainstream job & talks to ABC News

By Nas Campanella, ABC News Jigsaw trainee Olivia and Jigsaw Transitions Coordinator, Michael were featured on ABC News on Monday 22 November 2021. The news story marked the start of the Royal Commission’s hearing on measures taken by employers and regulators to...