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Donate funds

We are very grateful for any assistance we receive from the community. We are open to anything from skills you can offer, items you can donate, monetary donations or anything else that may enable us to provide further assistance to students in need.

The easiest way to donate is via our secure online webpage hosted by OurCommunity's GiveNow servers. All donations over $2 made at our OurCommunity page are secure and tax-deductible. 100% of all funding received (excluding any credit card charges) goes towards running our programs for and providing resources to disadvantaged high school students. Here is a link to this webpage:


We have deductible gift recipient (DGR) status meaning that any funds contributed over the value of $2 are tax deductible.

We sincerely thank all those who have made a donation.

Donate items

If you wish to donate items such as secondhand VCE study guides, up-to-date textbooks, stationery or electronics please email

Please note that, due to the changing requirements of our schools and students, we are only able to accept textbook donations which are compliant with current Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority (VCAA) Study Designs (available here), or which have been published within the last three (3) years.


NOTE: Please include in the e-mail your name, the type of item you wish to donate, your suburb and a contact phone number.  All details will be kept entirely confidential. You should receive a response within 2-3 days to discuss the delivery/pick-up arrangement. 


Request items

If you are or know of a high school student in need of particular items, please contact our South Eastern Division (Monash University) secretary, Amy Li at


You must live in Melbourne, Victoria to be eligible to receive goods from us. If you are unable to collect the items yourself, then we will do our best to get them to you. Please be aware that this may not always be possible.


To enquire about donations, please contact our South Eastern Division (Monash University) secretary, Amy Li at

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