Youngcare has always strived to provide age-appropriate, modern homes for young people with disabilities. In the last financial year, our building projects have come leaps and bounds, with up to 30 residences in the pipeline. See what you can be proud of achieving below.
Our Annual Appeals are integral to raising funds that will further support our mission. Throughout 2019/20, we were able to raise a total of $732,500!
1. Brick By Brick Campaign - $283,000
2. Christmas Appeal - $48,500
3. Tax Appeal - $308,000
4. Youngcakes - $93,000
AT HOME CARE GRANTS
Critical in keeping young people at home with their families, and preventing new admissions to inappropriate housing.
HOME SUPPORT GRANTS
Providing support to stay at home, move back home
or make an individual’s current home more accessible.
YKIDS GRANTS PILOT PROGRAM
Aimed at improving quality of life for
children with physical high care needs.
Our free national information and support line, which assists families to navigate the often-complicated health, housing and disability systems has helped a record breaking number of families in the last financial year.
If you would be interested in supporting this program at the core of our mission, please get in touch.
Having you by our side means that we can build our national image, to help even more young people and their families around the country. Your support in the last financial year has seen advocacy grow in many areas. Read below to learn more about what we are doing in the space.
Youngcare has been heavily involved with both the Royal Commission into the Quality and Safety of Aged Care and the Royal Commission into Violence, Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation of People with Disability.
We were honoured to represent the voices of thousands of young Australians with high care needs at the hearing into the issue of Younger People in Aged Care last year.
YPIRAC (YOUNG PERSONS IN RESIDENTIAL AGED CARE)
Young People in Residential Aged Care Action Plan: We are proud to have been instrumental in the outcomes presented in the YPIRAC action plan. This outlines that by 2022 there will be no young person under 65 entering residential aged care, and by 2025 no young person under 65 living in residential aged care.