As a not-for-profit organisation, WA PCYC relies on the support of the business community in order to continually deliver our diversionary programs and recreational activities for young people. While we receive financial assistance from government and non-government grants, a lot of the time we are unable to secure reoccuring funding to continue to help young people.
Corporate Partnerships can allow us to continually plan and implement quality programs without having a heavy reliance on grant funding.
There are a number of the ways you or your company can partner with us:
Sponsor a specialised program or event
WA PCYC offers corporate organisations the opportunity to sponsor specialised programs and events. By partnering with us and sponsoring a diversionary program or special event, we offer you exclusive naming and branding rights.
Not only is becoming a partner of an effective way to grow your brand, it also makes a positive difference to youth at risk and young people in Western Australia. WA PCYC has a focus on building and fostering working partnerships for sustainable and mutual outcomes with collaborative partnerships acknowledged through various forums and modes.
Whether you are able to give a financial donation, donate your professional services, recreational items for our drop-in centres, food to feed our kids, an auction item one of our events or equipment for our recreational activities, donations enable PCYC to continue to help young people in Western Australia.
Here are some more ideas on ways you can help:
Ongoing employee donation scheme
Regular staff collections
In-kind donations (donations of goods and services)
A wide range of companies are regular and valued supporters of our important fundraising activities. Companies often donate services to support our events or goods to our special works.
Financial donations to WA PCYC of $2 or more are tax deductible.
Fundraise for us
Corporate fundraising is a not only a great way to team build, but it’s an easy way to raise funds for our specialised programs and recreational activities.
A little bit goes a long way and here are some great ideas to get you going:
Gold coin donation for casual dress day
Hold a morning tea and charge a gold coin donation
Collect coins at your office and ask customers and suppliers to donate
Hold a fundraiser BBQ at work
Organise an event with your Social Club such as Bowls or Bocce
Have a Bingo night
Replace your morning coffee with a donation – quickly the coins will add up
Hold a fundraiser Golf Day and donate part proceeds
Hold a Charity Ball for your end of work Christmas party
Hold a Raffle for Easter or Christmas, and ask staff members to donate the prize
A swear box in your office or workshop is a handy way to fundraise for your favourite charity
Corporate volunteering is another way in which PCYC can benefit from corporate partnerships. PCYC welcomes any staff from businesses who wish to volunteer their time to assist in delivering our programs and activities, or help out with our marketing and fundraising events.
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