When you partner with Youth Futures you are making sure that young people have the support they need to overcome adversity and reach their potential.
In the same way we treat each of our clients as an individual with their own needs, we recognise that each company we partner with has their own reasons for getting involved. We know that successful partnerships are mutually beneficial and require commitment, flexibility and clear communication. As such we are open to discussions that will ensure both parties are meeting their objectives.
There are a number of ways that your company can support our work with young people:
By making a tax-deductible donation to Youth Futures you are showing that your company is committed to supporting young West Australians who need a helping hand. If you would like to direct your donation to a specific program or area just let us know.
Workplace giving is one of the most effective ways to donate to Youth Futures. Regular donations can be arranged through your company’s payroll system. This not only makes a difference to disadvantaged young people, but as the donation is taken from an employee’s pre-tax pay there is no need to collect tax deductible receipts. This method also helps reduce our administrative costs so more of each dollar reaches young people in need.
Get a team together for our annual bike ride the Pipeline Challenge, or organise a fundraiser of your own! As we say, "the possibilities are endless". You can host a morning tea, hold a golf day, organise a sundowner, or make Youth Futures the beneficiary of a company event. Just be sure to let us know what you’re up to.
Fundraising is a great way for your staff to work as a team in a fun environment. Your company is able to nominate a particular Youth Futures program for funds to be directed to, which provides staff and customers with a tangible result.
Request a Community Fundraising Pack today.
If your company has goods or services that would benefit our clients or organisation we would love to hear from you. Examples of goods and services we have received free of charge include graphic design, photography, storage space and food items.
With over 30 programs plus a flagship sporting event there's lots for you to choose from. Attach your name to a particular program depending on your focus area and see how much of a difference your support makes.
Each year riders from across Australia come together to conquer the Pipeline Challenge, a five day mountain bike ride from Kalgoorlie to Perth that supports young families experiencing homelessness. To learn more about this unique event and the sponsorship opportunities available, call us on 08 9300 2677 or contact us to request copy of the Pipeline Challenge Partnership Opportunities Pack.
Corporate volunteering is a great way to engage staff and improve morale. We have a limited number of team volunteering opportunities each year so we encourage you to get in touch early if this is an area you are interested in.
Cause Related Marketing is a great way to publicly acknowledge your partnership with a local charity. As well as promoting your company’s commitment to improving the lives of at-risk young people, a CRM partnership can boosts sales and market share. Examples of CRM include:
- A percentage of profit from the sale of an item will go towards providing accommodation and support to young people experiencing homelessness.
- $x from every job booked will support disadvantaged young people to complete their education.
If you would like to discuss a potential CRM campaign please get in touch.