We Are Queensland.
And we're all in this together.
How To Donate
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will help us get back on the road.
With the easing of COVID-19 travel restrictions, you can help us get back on the road and into our outback communities. You'll help us provide much needed face-to-face support, plus stay connected through our Stay With Me phone/video service.
to help someone feel less alone.
Your donation of $180 today means one of our mental health professionals is at the end of the phone - listening, caring and supporting someone in the outback when they are feeling isolated and alone.
to resource outback teachers.
Your gift of $300 provides professional support for teachers working with students in remote areas, to help them develop strategies and resources specific to the outback learning context.
to provide community workshops.
Your generosity today helps us create safe and accessible ways for everyone in the outback to better understand, value and respond to mental health and wellbeing. Together, we can build stronger and more resilient outback communities.
to provide weekly support to a family.
Change and uncertainty can lead to stress, anxiety, depression, fractured relationships, or struggles at school. $1,500 gives a young person and their family weekly support through our Stay With Me video connect service for a school term.
to provide support and care.
With a donation of $1,800, you'll give to an outback family access to 10 appointments with an Outback Futures mental health professional, who will help them as they navigate change and uncertainty. Together, we can help our outback family feel connected.
to respond when tragedy hits.
When tragedy happens in an outback community, everyone is impacted. $2,500 means an Outback Futures team member can be on the ground immediately as needed. Your gift enables us to provide care and support for individuals and the community, and connect people into our longer term support.
to support an outback community.
$20,000 means a dedicated Outback Futures team can connect and work together with a bush community, and help them access safe, consistent, and regular mental health and wellbeing support. Today, you can be part of creating long term, whole-of-community changes in mental health and wellbeing outcomes, and suicide prevention, for outback Queenslanders.
means money doesn't stop people accessing help.
Our services are provided free of charge at the coal face of our outback communities, to ensure we’re actively working to remove the economic barriers associated with help-seeking. We can only do this with financial support from people like you.
All donations over $2 in Australia are tax deductible.