Youth Off The Streets has over 50 supporters. We would like to thank all our supporters for their continuing belief in helping disadvantaged young people.
Future Generation delivers both investment and social returns by investing 1% of assets into charities that make a difference to Australia’s future generations. Thank you Future Generation Australia for your generous support.
As a Future Generation charity, we receive a stream of social investments because the fund managers work on a pro bono basis. With these generous donations, we are changing the lives of young Australians.
Sony Foundation Australia is the charitable arm of the Sony Group of Companies operating in Australia including Sony Australia, Sony Music, Sony Computer Entertainment, Universal Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, Sony Mobile and Sony DADC.
Since its inception in 1998, Sony Foundation has raised and donated $27 million to youth-related causes. Their mission is to capitalise on the unique qualities of Sony and contribute to the advancement of the Australian community by assisting youth and fostering their talents. Through their fundraising and activities, Sony Foundation is affirming the global unifying brand message that drives Sony: believe that anything you can imagine, you can make real. The Sony companies contribute to the administrative costs of the Foundation, allowing the net proceeds of funds raised to be distributed in full to all of our youth-focused causes. As well as the backing of the Sony companies, Sony Foundation is also supported by a number of dedicated and passionate corporate partners including some of Australia’s most loved and recognised brands.
UnLtd is a social purpose organisation connecting the media, marketing and creative industry with charities working with at-risk children and young people.
The NSW registered club’s industry remains a significant contributor to the NSW economy and a supporter of local communities. Clubs are the backbone of their local communities and collectively provide an annual social contribution of $1.3B, including $118M in direct cash and $120M in voluntary services across New South Wales (2015 National Clubs Census).
ClubsNSW, the registered club’s industry peak association body, has been a proud partner of Youth Off the Streets since 2000, contributing over $1M to date. ClubsNSW is a proud Gold Partner of Youth Off the Streets, providing support to the operations of three outreaches – Blacktown Outreach, Illawarra Outreach and Bourke Outreach, providing support for various projects and services for disadvantaged youth in NSW. In addition to ClubsNSW support, the registered club’s industry via member clubs across NSW, contribute an additional half a million dollars (approx.) via ClubGRANTS funding per annum. ClubsNSW community partnership program is a unique alliance between industry and not-for-profit community based organisations like Youth Off The Streets. This partnership program provides funding in areas such as grass-roots sports development, youth services, volunteerism, drug and health education, youth development in entertainment and the support of regional communities. Annually, registered clubs in NSW make a social contribution valued at $1.3 billion, and an economic contribution estimated at $3.7 billion*. ClubsNSW has supported Youth Off The Streets since 2000, contributing over $1Million, and recently committed to a further 3 years as a Gold Partner.
The Bloomfield Group is an Australian owned and operated group of private companies with interests in mining and engineering in the Hunter Valley, NSW. The Bloomfield Group strives for high standards of Work Health, Safety, Welfare and respect for the Environment in the conduct of its operations.
They are uncompromising in their commitment to the well-being of our people, and to minimising their impact on the environment. The Bloomfield Group Foundation has been a longstanding supporter of our Hunter Valley Outreach program.
HSBC is one of the world’s largest banking and financial services organisations. The organisation serves more than 40 million customers through four global businesses: Retail Banking and Wealth Management, Commercial Banking, Global Banking and Markets, and Global Private Banking.
Their network covers 65 countries and territories in Europe, Asia, the Middle East and Africa, North America and Latin America. HSBC aims to be where the growth is, connecting customers to opportunities, enabling businesses to thrive and economies to prosper, and ultimately helping people to fulfil their hopes and realise their ambitions.