By making a donation to Youth Opportunities, you support young people experiencing disadvantage to learn about themselves, the world around them and how to make good, positive decisions – despite peer pressure, social pressure and the overwhelming pressure of just being a teenager!

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Student Program Partnership

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Whether you are working as an individual, community group or one of our valued corporate partners, we will work with you to achieve your fundraising goals. From sponsorship-based events, such as the City-Bay, to casual clothes days, raffles and luncheons, the activities are only limited by your imagination, commitment and passion to succeed.

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Gifts in Wills

By including a gift to Youth Opportunities in your will (also known as a bequest), you can make a significant and positive impact on the lives of young South Australians experiencing disadvantage, now and in the future. Your legacy will not only help the young people we support in our programs, but it also filters out to their peers, school, workplaces, families and our whole community.

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Corporate Partnerships

Youth Opportunities values the support of the SA business community who, throughout our history, have ensured our programs and services can be delivered to young people experiencing disadvantage right across SA, through their financial and in-kind support.

We are committed to ensuring our partners have a meaningful relationship with our organisation, and can fulfil their CSR goals, which is why we have a dedicated team who support and manage our partnerships. 

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Our volunteer program provides a range of different opportunities, such as helping run and organise fundraising events, sourcing donations for auction items, and office administrative jobs. When it comes to the bottom line, having volunteers means we can focus on the people who need it the most – our students.

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