We seek to bridge the gap between Government funding which is limited to providing only essential services, and offering the extra support designed to provide greater help and liberation for those most in need.

To achieve this, we rely on the generosity of people in the community and partner organisations.

By supporting us with a donation, bequest, fundraising, or giving your time as a volunteer, your contribution goes directly to making a real difference for people in extreme difficulty – helping them to achieve security, independence and wellbeing.

Donations over $2 are tax deductible.

Our Community Fund channels philanthropic donations to help:

  • people (mostly women) affected by Domestic Violence

  • children in need of protection from unsafe environments and situations

  • support children who need to remain in a difficult family situation, for example where a parent suffers from a mental illness or behavioral issues

  • assist families and carers to take time out from round-the-clock care through our Respite programs

Regular Giving

By electing to give regularly in the form of salary deductions, you are stretching your gift further and creating a bigger impact on the lives of those in need in your community.

It’s easy to get started, simply select your preferred regular giving option – whether weekly, monthly, or annually – on our online donation form.

Bequests

Most of us choose to make a Will at some stage in our lives, especially once we have accumulated possessions that have meaning or value.

Including a gift for your charity of choice is straightforward and can ensure a stronger legacy once your loved ones are provided for. Should you wish to include a gift to 3SA in your will, our Bequest staff can assist you through the process. Your philanthropic donation will help us make a real difference in the lives of those most in need in our communities.

We’ve created a Guide to Wills and Bequests and can even help connect you with a local Solicitor. It’s a simple but important step to ensure your wishes are protected. If you already have a Will, it’s a good idea to review and update it every 3 years or in the event of a change in personal circumstances – such as divorce or inheritance.

Register your interest now to receive your free Guide to Wills and Bequests.

Community Fundraising

There are many ways to fundraise that you can do on your own or as part of a group – with work colleagues or friends and family. Do something you enjoy and you will have the greatest success!

Whether joining a fun run, challenging yourself to achieve a personal goal, or baking muffins to sell at the office morning tea. Whatever you decide, we are grateful for your efforts and want to support you.

Our fundraising team have put together a Community Fundraising Kit to help get you started and by registering your event or challenge with us, we can track your progress and promote your efforts via social media. So get in touch and get started!