18 September 2015 /

You can help us deliver an additional program to a new school in the Riverland by helping us raise $18,000 by end of June to support kids like Jack.

“Between my part time job and helping to look after my little sisters I don’t make much time for school and when I’m at school I struggle to pay attention and get easily frustrated. I need a program like Youth Opportunities to help me focus and work out what I can do with my life”. Jack, Youth Opportunities program applicant

At $1,000 per student they will receive 10 weeks of intensive support and 2 years of follow up to make sure they are provided with the tools and guidance they need to make it to year 12.

By giving whatever you can, you can help Jack, his family, school and the Riverland community to not only cope but thrive.

Choose your $ amount:

150 100 50



Some of our valued supporters...

Young VarietyProgram Donor

Advertiser and Sunday Mail FoundationMajor Donor

David SimmonsPersonal Leadership Donor

Learning Supporter

$120 will provide program materials for a student

Student Supporter

$500 will support a student

Student Donor

$1000 will cover the entire cost of a student

Personal Leadership Donor

$5,000 to $10,000 will support one program

Program Donor

$10,000 to $20,000 will support two programs

Major Donor

$20,000 to $40,000 will support a school for a full year

Platinum Donor

$40,000 to $100,000 will support multiple schools or regions

Principal Donor

$100,000+ will provide principle support of programs and development across the organisation

For every $1 you invested into Youth Opportunities $7.99 is returned in value to the community.

“ Before Youth Opportunities I felt like I wasn’t worth anything. I felt that I was hated by everyone and felt that no-one could ever truly like me. I told myself every day that I deserved to die and that no one would notice or care that I had gone. Working with the Youth Opportunities trainers I was able to overcome my negative self-image. I now have so much more self-confidence and I actually see a happy future for myself. ”
Graduate, Woodville High School