Sponsorship

BE PART OF THE SOLUTION – BRING HOPE TO YOUNG PEOPLE.

 

There are a few sponsorship packages available to support our goals in transforming young lives.

Instead of just giving money and hoping it has the impact the organisation pledges, when donating to or volunteering for Phoenix House you can track the difference your dollar makes to the lives of the young people we serve.

This is the first report in a series of annual Social Impact Reports that will track the progress of Phoenix House as it contributes to the Wellbeing of all the people they work with, providing evidence that your resources are directed to have the greatest impact.

The full copy of the Report can be found here.

Study Support Facilities

What is required:

10 – 12 Student laptops with updated software

How it will help:

– Provides facilities to study on site at Phoenix House with the necessary facilities in a safe environment

– Provides a platform to study in tech-interactive environment for young people signed up for different Learn Ready programs (Transit, Wesley Mission Certificate III Program, Study Support and Homework Club)

Current clients’ laptops are 4 years old. We accept used laptops (up to 2 years old). if one of your departments is updating laptops and can donate used ones contact us on info@phoenixhouse.org.au.

Phoenix House IT Facilities

What is required:

10 Phoenix House staff laptops with updated software

How it will help:

– Our case managers, counsellors and admin staff of Phoenix House work hard on improving services and programs for our Young clients. Working space is required efficient technological equipment to ensure we can provide the best possible resources for our young people for their education, working and life ready pathways.

Current staff laptops are 4 years old. We accept used laptops (up to 2 years old). if one of your departments is updating laptops and can donate used ones contact us on info@phoenixhouse.org.au.

Due to the current outbreak of the COVID-19, us at Phoenix House have taken the appropriate measures to avoid further spread within the community.
Our measures are outlined here.