Where your money goes
febfast is powered by Victoria's Youth Support and Advocacy Service (YSAS). Since 2007, febfasters have been supporting YSAS' work with young people and in 2016 we are very proud to partner with organisations across the country to ensure we reach as many young people as possible.
We'll update this page throughout febfast with our new partner information, details of our South Australian, Northern Territory and Western Australian partners are coming soon!
Swan City Youth Service Inc
Ted Noffs Foundation
Brisbane Youth Service (BYS)
Youth Drug and Alcohol Advice Service (YoDAA)
Youth Support + Advocacy Service (YSAS)
The organisations your fundraising supports
Swan City works with young people aged 12-25 years. They run a variety of life skills, educational and recreational programs as well as a drop in area where young people can come and hang out or talk to the youth workers. Swan City provides a safe, confidential, non-threatening, non judgmental and all includive centre for anyone who needs a safe space to chill.
Ted Noffs Foundation works with disadvantaged young people in New South Wales, including socially disconnected, indigenous and culturally diverse youth. Noffs involves the whole community, building open pathways for dialogue and to create a sense of social inclusion for young people.
Where the money goes
Thanks to our generous supporters, disadvantaged young people across Australia are accessing the support and resources they require to take control of their health and wellbeing. From day support initiatives and rehabilitation to 24-hour advice and assertive outreach taking treatment to those who need it most, funds raised by febfasters actively make a difference to thousands across the country. And, this year is no different. Based on our target, for every dollar you donate:
- 11 cents will cover essential administration costs, without which this campaign could not function
- 89 cents will be invested into our campaign, program and advocacy work
We rely exclusively on donations from the Australian community, thank you for supporting disadvantaged young people in Australia.