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Donate to Connecting Home

Monthly Donation

A monthly donation providing ongoing support for Connecting Home allows us to plan and coordinate our service response to better help those in need.

You will receive a tax deductible receipt in time for your end of financial year tax claim and you can make changes to your support details and amount at any time. To set up a monthly donation, please contact [email protected] today.

One-off Donation

Help to support local young people, adults and families struggling with homelessness with a one-off donation.  Your donation will be used to fund critical expenses to ensure local youth, adults and families experiencing homelessness have access to basic needs.

$30 can buy phone credit for a young person make contact with family, friends and support workers, to help ensure their safety and wellbeing

$60 can fill a car with petrol, to enable a mum and kids escape family violence

$100 can pay for groceries and fundamental items, such as toothpaste and toilet paper

$250 could be the week’s rent a single parent needs to avoid eviction

Our Wish List

Sometimes we are approached by very generous members of the community wishing to gift us material items for people in our Connecting Home program, which we appreciate greatly. Unfortunately we do not have storage to house material donations, however when we are in need of specific items, we will post them here and on our Facebook page. 

Once again, on behalf of our Connecting Home clients, we thank you for your generosity.

Wish list items

We are currently seeking the following items, must be in in good condition:

  • 2 x Single beds and mattresses
  • 2 x Double Beds and mattresses
  • 2 x Queen beds and mattresses

If you can help local people in need with any or all of these items, please contact Lanie: [email protected] or phone 02 6620 1800

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Lismore has the only Clubhouse in Regional Australia and it plays a vital role in keeping young people, many of whom experience high rates of economic disadvantage, engaged in school and connected to community.
Every school day, the Clubhouse provides a free, out of school tech-space – a safe place for kids to explore new technology, creative arts and STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) subjects, which provides them with skills for today, and for the future.

$30 helps us to recruit and train youth mentors to work with our Clubhouse members

$60 supports two of our members to attend the biennial Teen Summit in Boston USA in August, to share and learn; problem solve; and to become our world leaders of tomorrow.

 $100 can provide new technology for our Clubhouse including robotics and electronics kits and art supplies for almost 200 young people who use our Clubhouse each day.

$250 will subsidise the cost of our holiday workshops to enable financially-disadvantaged young people to attend

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Donations of $2.00 or more are tax deductible.

Delivering services around COVID-19

Social Futures is committed to the continuation of delivering support services in a safe, practical and innovative way while navigating COVID-19.