Where your money goes

FebFast helps adults take control of their habits, but it’s in service of an even more important goal: helping young people who are struggling with addiction. The programs we help support make a difference in the lives of vulnerable young people twelve months a year.

FEBFAST IS PROUD TO SUPPORT OUR PRINCIPLE BENEFICIARY PARTNERS FOR OUR 2015 CAMPAIGN: Youth Support + Advocacy Service and Youth Drugs + Alcohol Advice

Supported Program: Youth Support + Advocacy Service (YSAS)

A well-respected health agency, YSAS provides advocacy and support for at-risk youth. Every year, they work with over 1,300 young men and women who are alcohol or drug dependant or at high risk of dependancy.

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YOUTH DRUGS + ALCOHOL ADVICE

YoDAA is Victoria's Youth Drug and Alcohol Advice service. Whether you are a young person, or someone concerned, YoDAA provides the simplest way to access the information and support that you need.

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How We Spend the Money

1%
Admin Costs

32%
Preventative Health Campaign

67%
Alcohol and Drug Support

Data displayed via this graph is based upon the Febfast 2013 costs: funds ratio. Febfast’s three year aim is to acheive a best-in-class position of 80% of all funds reaching our beneficiaries.

OTHER BENEFICIARY PARTNERS IN 2015

FebFast has funded over 50 programs across Australia since 2007. On top of the financial support given to our principle partners, we’ll also be providing funds to the following organisations:


Alcohol Drug Information Service

Working with St Vincent’s hospital and NSW’s largest drug help line, FebFast funds will help provide 24/7 youth-specific help and guidance

Dovetail

FebFast funds will support indigenous communities in Queensland to tackle youth drug addiction through new tools and materials.

Family Drug Support

FebFast funds will help support families in South Australia living with drug issues in the home to build resilience, understand harm-reduction strategies, and to manage through chaos.

Swan City Youth Service

FebFast funds will help young people in Western Australia to understand and challenge their drug addiction through music therapy.