Make a Difference this Christmas

Donate

Your donation will go towards ensuring NASCA’s young people have better access to the immeasurable benefits associated with education and Aboriginal cultural pride in identity.

Ethical Fundraising Over Christmas

Unlike many not-for-profits NASCA is non-denominational and in addition to this does not apply for funding or accept funds or in kind support from mining companies, alcohol companies or any bodies that do not actively promote healthy lifestyles (fast food companies, soft drink manufacturers etc).  Whilst we are proud of this fact, we are also aware that this means we need to find alternate means of generating resources for NASCA and the young people we will work with in 2017.  

NASCA would like those with like-minded views and who support ethical fundraising to support us any way you can this Christmas.

All donations to NASCA will go towards the facilitation of programs that directly build on the strengths of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people and ensure long-term and measureable outcomes. As we are an organisation that is committed to staying the distance and working WITH not FOR Aboriginal communities, the funds will assist in creating community-led grass roots outcomes.

We are acutely aware that some communities we work in lack even the most basic infrastructure that many Australians take for granted, however because we feel that by focussing on the strengths of these communities, this means your donation will go towards ensuring NASCA’s young people have better access to the immeasurable benefits associated with education and Aboriginal cultural pride in identity.

 

Your donations over $2.00 are tax deductible.

Where your money goes

Donating to NASCA will allow us to further our reach as an organisation and change educational, employment and health outcomes for Aboriginal young people and communities.

$50

Can provide essential equipment to operate a NASCA workshop.

$100

is enough to mentor a young person for 1 week

$300

contributes to supporting an Aboriginal young person to graduate from High School.