Community support has always been an important part of Time for Kids’ success, ever since we were established by William and Betty Scales in 1960.
As need for our program increases, so does our need for resources. We strive to place every child referred to Time for Kids with a caring volunteer as quickly as possible. To do this, we need the financial support of individuals and organisations who are as committed as we are to making a lifelong positive difference to children’s lives.
Time for Kids is fortunate to enjoy the financial support of individuals and organisations through direct donation. This includes those who lack the time to volunteer as a carer but would like to contribute to a child’s successful placement within the program. Making a regular donation can make a world of difference to the children in our community.
There are a range of ways that you can provide financial support to Time for Kids, read on to find out what suits you.
Donations and Regular Giving
Time for Kids has multiple options available for one-off and recurring donations. You can donate via the secure GiveNow button to the left of this page, or directly through the fundraising platform by clicking this link. Alternatively you can call us about setting up direct debits from your nominated account or credit card, arranging an electronic funds transfer, or write us a cheque made out to ‘Time for Kids’.
Time for Kids is always raising funds to continue its work and meet the needs of those disadvantaged children who are referred to us. If you would like to be involved with one of our fundraising functions, or even arrange one of your own, we would love to hear from you. Time for Kids can help you with fundraising ideas, promotion and other support that you might need to get your Time for Kids fundraising off and running.
Schools and Community Groups
If you are part of a school or community group that undertakes fundraising on behalf of charitable organisations like ours, please consider supporting Time for Kids. We are always available to speak to your school or group about the different ways you can help.