Be involved in our fundraising and special events throughout 2014/15 to help us provide goods, cash and in-kind support that assists homeless and vulnerable young people.
For more information about any of the events listed below please email:
email@example.com or call 07 3620 2423 or 07 3620 2400
BYS Summer 2014/15 Appeal
We are very grateful for the donations of cash, food and gifts we have received this Christmas. These have been distributed to homeless and disadvantaged young people and their children.
We are now focusing on our Summer Appeal, for financial donations, which will continue throughout the festive and summer season. The funds raised from this Appeal will make a huge impact in the lives of homeless and vulnerable young people.
To see how your donations can help, please see Jenna’s Story – My Journey Home – which provides an insight into the life of one of our young clients as she moves from homelessness to stable housing, a secure job and happy life.
Jenna’s story is an example of how donated funds can be the catalyst for changing a life for the better and we hope that it inspires you to contribute and help more young people like Jenna, some of whom are also featured in the brochure.
Your financial contributions really make a difference in the lives of young people in need.
Thank you sincerely for your support.
BYS Christmas 2014 Appeal
Become an ultimate gift giver this year by donating to help homeless and vulnerable young people this Christmas.
Our Christmas appeal is underway and this year we’d appreciate donations of food, new gifts and cash to help homeless and disadvantaged young people and their accompanying children through this difficult time.
To see how your donations can help, read Jenna’s Story – My Journey Home
‘My Journey Home’ provides an insight into the life of one of our young clients as she moves from homelessness to stable housing, a secure job and happy life. Jenna’s story is an example of how donated funds can be the catalyst for changing a life for the better.
We hope it inspires you to contribute and help more young people like Jenna, some of whom are also featured in the brochure. Your financial contributions really make a difference in the lives of homeless and vulnerable young people.
If you are dropping off donations, our Valley Hub is open from:
9am – 12noon and 1pm to 5pm on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday
1pm to 5pm on Wednesday
Please call first to let us know to expect you.
Thanks for your support.
Getting Schmick - tba April 2015
Join forces with us and help hundreds of young homeless people get healthy and look Schmick for National Youth Week from tba April 2015.
Get your workmates, friends and family to donate new toiletries and baby products.
Here’s what to do: Buy an item/s from the Wish List, take your item into work or school, arrange for all collected items to be dropped off at BYS – 42 McLachlan Street, Fortitude Valley by Friday tba April.
Our opening hours are as follows: 9am-5pm Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, and 12noon-5pm Wednesday.
Thank you for your support.
Daggy Jumper Day - tba June 2015
Show your support for Brisbane’s homeless youth by heading out in a jumper that has, until now, been for your eyes only.
Simply follow this link to register your workplace or yourself, be sponsored by your friends and family and help ensure our homeless and vulnerable young people are warm this winter and have a bigger and brighter future.
Check out daggy.com.au for more.
Winter Warmer Appeal - May to August 2015
Help homeless and disadvantaged young people keep warm this winter – May to August Appeal.
Coming into winter, the homeless young people of Brisbane need your support more than ever. Demand for warm winter clothing and basic necessities such as blankets, increases dramatically leading into the cooler month. This is a physically and psychologically tough time for Brisbane’s homeless youth. Your kind donation will be greatly appreciated.
Here’s what to do: make a donation by clicking here: Donate Here
Bridge To Brisbane - September 2015
Organise a group and raise funds for BYS – annual event in September
The Sunday Mail Suncorp Bridge to Brisbane fun run is on in September and BYS will once again be taking up the challenge to highlight the causes of homelessness and disadvantage amongst young people. Join over over 40,000 participants of all ages and fitness levels to take part in Queensland’s biggest annual fun run. You don’t need to be an elite sportsman to join in, just choose the 10km or 5km course then run or walk your way to the finish line.
Here’s what to do: Get a team together from your work, school or a group of friends and raise funds for Brisbane Youth Service. Simply pay your entry fee to Bridge to Brisbane and register your team for fundraising at www.everydayhero.com.au .
Do The Can Can - October 2015
Donate non-perishable food, toiletries and baby products for Anti-Poverty Week 2015
BYS is calling on supporters to empty their pantry and give a least two items of non-perishable food, new toiletries or other items to young people who are homeless, or at risk of homelessness. See the above flyer for a full list of suggested items.
Please drop off donations to Brisbane Youth Service at 42 McLachlan Street, Fortitude Valley, 96 Breakfast Creek Road, Newstead or 5 Zillah Street, Stones Corner, see flyer for more drop-off details.
Alternatively, you can make a financial donation by clicking here.