Help raise much needed funds for your local PCYC by organising a community fundraising event or activity. This is a rewarding way to make a valuable difference to youth-at-risk in Western Australia.
Here are some ideas to get you started:
Hold your own fundraising event such as bingo
A small donation in your workplace for wearing casual clothes or costumes
Hold a morning tea with a gold coin donation
Hold a BBQ at lunch time
Second hand book or clothes stall at the local market
Gifts in Celebration
Instead of birthday, anniversary or a special milestone gifts, why not ask friends and family to make a donation to PCYC. Supporting WA PCYC at your special occasion is a rewarding and thoughtful way to help us fund our specialised programs and recreational activities for young people within the community. Donations can be made through our website or deposited into our account.
In Kind Donation
All our centres are really appreciative of any new items (that can be used either at the centre, or for raffle or auction prizes) or used items (such as computers, games & sporting equipment) in good condition. Please contact us or your local centre if you have any items you are willing to donate.
Donate in Memory
A special way to honour a loved one when they pass away is by offering friends and family the opportunity to make a donation in memory to WA PCYC, instead of sending flowers. Organise a funeral collection or ask for donation instead of flowers or make a donation that leaves a legacy and helps PCYC deliver life-changing programs to youth at risk.
YsEpicure is the online gourmet collective of the YsMedia Group. All Ys members get exclusive discounts on a wide range of food and drink products on our the site. Furthermore, Ys will donate 2% of all purchases you make on YsEpicure to WA PCYC. That’s what we call shopping with conscience! – Shop and Donate Now!
Shopnate – You Shop, They Donate
Imagine being able to make a donation to your favourite charity every time you shop online and at no extra cost to you. Well that’s exactly how Shopnate works.
Shopnate works with hundreds of big name Australian and international online retailers. They have all agreed to donate a commission on every online sale to WA PCYC. This commission is already included in the price of what you’re buying, which means there is no extra cost to the consumer.
Shopnate easy to use, so visit www.shopnate.com.au/charity/wa-pcyc, sign up for FREE and select WA PCYC as the nominated charity. Then visit Shopnate every time you shop online to donate to WA PCYC at no extra cost.
Here are just some of the big name brands waiting for you:
Northam PCYC staff with seven Stepping Stones participants who attended the celebration lunch. After a challenging start, with the program being paused due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Northam’s Stepping Stones had a very successful year. Funded by the Department of Education for 10 participants at any one time, 20…
Bunbury Library e-learning officer Matthew Wearne, Bunbury PCYC course co-ordinator Amanda Ferguson and library community engagement officer Jacqueline Quadrio watch as student Kaiowas Carroll helps Steve McGavin with the computer. Credit: Ailish Delaney/South Western Times It was a two-way learning curve for local senior citizens and Bunbury PCYC young people…
Fremantle PCYC hosted an awe-inspiring NAIDOC event where former PCYC member, Aaron Rule, returned to inspire the next generation of Indigenous children. Aaron was six years old when he joined Fremantle PCYC. Keen to reconnect with PCYC he performed a mesmerising dance whilst his father Lesley played the didgeridoo,…