Make a Difference

Make a Donation – From Bikes to Clothes or Cash

Whether it is a Christmas present for a child who has never had a gift before, clothes for the CAFS homeless program, or a cash donation, we appreciate any in-kind or monetary donation.

With a diversity of programs and services at CAFS, there is bound to be something that you can donate to. For more information please contact Fiona Hart on 03 5337 1624 or email: Fiona.hart@cafs.org.au

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Make a Bequest: A Lifelong Gift

Making a bequest or leaving a gift in your will to a cause that you hold dear to your heart is one of the greatest legacies you can make. They transform your will into one of the most powerful vehicles for change in the community, with little or no impact on your lifestyle today.

For more information about including CAFS in your will, please contact Fiona.Hart@cafs.org.au or call 03 5337 1624.

Organise Your Own Fundraising Event

Enlist the support of friends, work colleagues or school buddies, put your creative hat on and plan your own fundraising event. It’s a great way to connect with others whilst having fun, and all for a good cause… CAFS!

For information or ideas for creating your own CAFS fundraising event, contact Joel Coatsworth, on 5337 3333 or email: joel.coatsworth@cafs.org.au.

Become a CAFS Member

Membership of the Incorporated Association of CAFS is open to the public and we encourage your involvement. As a CAFS member, you will help to elect the Board of Management and receive annual reports.

If you would like to become a member of the Incorporated Association of CAFS you can download a membership application form or contact Lynne Sheedy on 03 5337 3333 to have further information sent to you.

Please note, memberships are for a 12 month period and must be renewed should you wish to continue your membership.

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Help us achieve our vision of wellbeing, respect and safety for all children and families.
Simply make a tax deductible donation today and change the life of a vulnerable child in Victoria.

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