Fundraising

Are you ready to help us put youth homelessness to bed?

Our aim is for all young people to reconnect with their family and community. Or where that isn’t possible, to be able to access safe, stable accommodation, and the right support to enable young people to move beyond their experience of homelessness to become positive, independent, contributing members of society.

But we need your help.

By fundraising and raising vital funds to support MCM’s work, you are helping to break the cycle of homelessness, supporting more young people to lead positive lives.

Make a donation today or continue with your generous fundraising. We’ve got plenty of tips and resources to help you get started.

Here's what your fundraising dollars can achieve

Every donation counts no matter the size and all donations $2 and over are tax deductible. Donate to a friend who has already registered by visiting their fundraising page or make a general donation to our appeal.

$55

Can provide an emergency pack of personal care and hygiene products

$95

Can provide one night of emergency accommodation

$135

Can provide food and clothing vouchers

$595

Can provide one week of emergency accommodation

Resources to help you get started on your fundraising journey

Fundraising tips

Smash your goal with these top fundraising tips! Or if you've never done any fundraising before don't stress as we're here to help! We've got lots of helpful hints and tips to get you on your way.

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Fundraising resources

Make your fundraising efforts easy and fun by downloading resources we've created to help you promote your fundraising activities! You’ll be smashing your goal in no time!

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Who you are fundraising for

Meet Luca

Luca was eight years old when he became a young carer and had to take care of his mum. He was 15 when his mum passed away and had to become the 'man of the house'.

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Meet Ana

Ana was first referred to Frontyard Youth Services at age 17 due to experiencing conflict at home caused by parental mental health issues and family violence.

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Meet Shane

Shane was nine years old when the abuse first started. Wearing long sleeves or pretneding to get hurt while playing football became the norm.

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