About Us

Charity Partners

The charities we support are these remarkable organisations, working with young people experiencing every form of disadvantage:


Childhood trauma therapies and early intervention programs:

  • Expressive therapy program to help minimise the impact of childhood trauma.


  • Providing play and creative therapies for children experiencing trauma resulting from domestic violence, drug and/or alcohol abuse.


  • To assist children who have been orphaned or abandoned due to their parents’ drug use.


  • Aunties and Uncles Queensland is an early intervention and prevention program helping vulnerable and socially isolated children aged 1-11 years, within the greater Brisbane and Gold Coast areas.


Mental health:

  • Engaging, educating and empowering young people to speak out about mental health issues and stop young people suffering in silence.


  • KYDS provides free, easily accessed confidential counselling and support for adolescents and their families in Northern Sydney.


  • The Top Blokes Foundation provides programs that foster young men’s social inclusion, emotional and social resilience and improves their mental health and wellbeing.


Intensive mentoring and youth support services:

  • Engaging under-achieving and at risk young people with street-inspired music camps to turn their lives around.


  • Sister 2 Sister is an award winning program that seeks to provide Australia’s most marginalised girl’s access to mentoring and resilience programs, welfare support and career direction leading to employment.


  • Raise Foundation endeavour to impact the well being of young people in Australia by engaging them through best practice youth mentoring


  • Queen of Hearts provides support to survivors of Child Sexual Abuse and Domestic Violence through counselling, legal resources and court support for victims and witnesses who have to testify in court.


  • A preventative program to inspire every young person to believe in themselves and get the most out of life.


  • Preventing anti-social and illegal behaviours through one-on-one, long term mentoring.


Crisis care and homelessness services:

  • Youth Off The Streets seek to provide safety, support personal growth and open up options for Australian youth facing homelessness to prepare them for a brighter future.


  • Melbourne’s oldest charity striving to end disadvantage and improve the lives of every Victorian suffering hardship.


  • The Salvation Army Melbourne Project 614 is a team of people, based in the City of Melbourne, who work passionately with those who live on the fringes of society and encounter such problems as homeless or at risk of homelessness, serious mental health issues, addiction issues and social poverty.


  • Educational support for young Australians whose circumstances have been identified as necessitous, including young people who are living below the poverty line and those whose families are facing crisis.



  • Improving the lives and futures of young people affected by Congenital Heart Disease (CHD).


  • To work as role models, giving young people someone to share their experiences with.


  • Radio Lollipop provides a care, comfort, play and entertainment service for children in hospital.


Education and training programs:

  • The global movement to stop bullying is transforming kids’ lives and changing a culture of bullying into one of empathy and action.


  • Assisting young people in foster care and kinship – improving their educational outcomes.


  • Works with young people who are at risk due to abuse and neglect, drug addiction and poverty.


  • A writing centre to enhance self-confidence, improve communication skills and develop creativity.


Indigenous and rural youth support programs:

  • Promoting cultural awareness and empowerment through education and storytelling via music and film in indigenous communities.


  • BackTrack creates a unique environment where the well-being and growth of the young person is realised.


  • Weave Youth & Community Services provides a range of services to socially excluded young people, women, children and families in the heart of Sydney. A large proportion of people who access our services are Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander.