Donate to ConnectGroups

Not all of our programs and services receive government funding and some depend entirely on generous donations from the public and corporate partnerships. Your support can help us to continue supporting Support Groups in the community and reaching more individuals, families, and carers in need.

PROGRAMS YOUR DONATION COULD CONTRIBUTE TO:

 

Hand to Heart – Social connections for older people

Many older people live alone and may become disconnected from the community following the loss of a loved-one, changes to lifestyle due to injury or ill health or barriers coming from a culturally diverse background. The Hand to Heart Program helps connect isolated seniors in the Melville region with local services, activities and groups to lead a happier, healthier and safer life. Find out more…


Community Link Booth

ConnectGroups’ Community Link Booth at Fiona Stanley Hospital connects patients at the discharge point to community support services that will enable them to manage their conditions and avoid re-hospitalisation. The booth is integral to individuals, families, and carers who require emotional and physical support upon departure from the hospital premises. Find out more…

 

Pay It Forward Plan (PIF)

The Pay it Forward Plan is a small grants program for Support Groups in the community, and is an early intervention and prevention mental health program. The grants are a unique opportunity for Support Groups to seek funding to ensure their long-term sustainability and to support the mental health recovery of their members. Find out more…

 

Dream It Forward Program (DIF)

The Dream It Forward Program is a small grants program focused on addressing the social and emotional wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, families, and their communities based on the needs identified by the community for the community. Grants projects address intergenerational trauma affecting youth, the stolen generation, women, men, new fathers, disengaged communities, and communities struggling to cope with AOD-related issues. Find out more…