Donating to Cafs
At Cafs, your contribution counts.
We’ve been supporting children and families as a proudly independent organisation for nearly 160 years and, in that time, we have expanded to deliver more than 44 innovative support programs specifically designed to meet the needs of people across the Victorian Central Highlands.
It’s hard to believe that even the smallest donation could make a significant difference to someone experiencing hardship.
Just $5 could provide a new outfit from Cafs Thread Together Hub to a person in need.
Your gift, no matter the amount, will help Cafs continue to build a stronger, more resilient community.
Donations* can be made by following the links below.
*Cafs is a registered charity and donations of $2 or more are tax deductible.
Become a Cafs workplace giving partner today.
Workplace giving is where employees give regular donations to a charity from your pre-tax pay. You simply choose the amount you want to donate from each pay, organise with your employer and we’ll take care of the rest.
If you would like to include Cafs in your existing workplace giving program or register your interest through our preferred platform Good2Give, please contact Serena Eldridge, Manager, Brand Development on 03 5337 3333 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Support Cafs 2022 Carer Family Day
This year Cafs is celebrating Christmas a little differently.
We are working with the award-winning team at Cave Hill Creek to give Cafs Foster & Kinship Carers, their families, and children in Cafs residential care an unforgettable family experience this Christmas.
Cafs Carer Family Day is an opportunity for 150 guests to participate in fun filled day of outdoor experiences and a family lunch at Cave Hill Creek’s Beaufort camp venue.
But we need your help!
Can you help us give the gift of fun family memories this Christmas?
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Cafs acknowledges our past. In the spirit of reconciliation, we give deepest respect to Australia's First Nations Peoples. Their histories, their stories, their resilience. Their connection to culture and land. The wisdom of their Elders past, present and emerging.