Your donation will go directly to helping the disadvantaged and homeless youth of the Cairns Region. Read more
There are several ways you can donate to Youth Link. Your donation will go directly to helping the disadvantaged and homeless youth of the Cairns Region. Your money can help to create more opportunities for these young people to find housing, employment, and food for themselves and their families.
Click on the donate button.
You can donate directly to Youth Link via our website by clicking on the donate button above.
You can donate in person at any ANZ bank.
Account Number: 3698-27235
Reference: Your name or donation
You can post a cheque to P.O. Box 7394, Cairns QLD 4870 or you can drop it off at our office at 305 Severin Street Cairns. Please make cheques payable to Youth Link.
GIVIT is an online not-for-profit that connects generosity with genuine need. They allow organisations such as Youthlink to request items they require for the young people they help. Click the link above and look for the requests that show "Paramatta Park QLD 4870" as the area, to see what we are currently requesting. You might have a mobile phone, some shopping vouchers or some cloths for babies and young people, or you might like to donate some toiletries that we could use to help young people in need.
CONTAINERS FOR CHANGE
Youth Link is part of the Containers for Change Scheme. When you bring your used containers to the drop off point for recycling you receive 10 cents for every eligible container. Not only is it great for the environment but it also gives the opportunity to help others. You can choose to donate this to Youth Link by using our Scheme ID number - C10413394
Not only is it great for the environment but it also gives you the opportunity to help others at the same time.
When shopping at IGA Pease Street or IGA Southside you can help Youth Link by choosing them as your charity at the check out. In turn, several times a year, the IGA sends Youth Link a donation.
Your donation will go directly to helping the disadvantaged and homeless youth of the Cairns Region.