“Every little and big bit counts” is our motto. Your donation whether large or small could assist in part or full to:
- Fund elements of a leadership networking session (eg catering)
- Fund the production of a video for our Resource Toolkit
- Pay for elements of an ELGP Graduation Ceremony (eg certificates, catering, equipment hire)
- Pay for small gifts for Guest Speakers at Our Unconventions
- Pay it forward for other Community and Young Leaders to attend one of our fee-paying events.
If you would like to give in such a way that promotes you or your organisation’s brand and profile within our Program and its networks (and you are not a Community Partner), please contact Program Director, Dr Nicky Howe at email@example.com for more information.
All financial donations over $2 are tax deductible and we will send you a Tax Receipt
For cheques, make cheque out to Southcare Inc. Address to:
Southcare Inc, Fundraising and Donations
54 Bickley Crescent Manning,
Reference: Young Leaders on Board Program
For donations by phone, our phone number is (08) 9450 6233.
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