Donate a Gift: Transforming Young Lives through Human Nature’s Unique Holiday Fundraiser
This holiday season, instead of giving someone another pressie they don’t need, donate a gift in their name to Human Nature and change the life of a young person.
At Human Nature we are doing things differently. We work with some of the most traumatised and disadvantaged young people in the Far North Coast of NSW. Our mental health professionals take them out of a clinical setting and engage them in therapeutic support while doing meaningful activities.
By making a donation to our organisation this giving season, you will help us to reach more young people with our unique therapeutic programs. Every week we are turning away referrals for young people experiencing mental health challenges as we just don’t have the resources to meet the growing demand for our services.
Starting at just $20, you can purchase a card for the special person in your life who is passionate about making a difference to the youth mental health crisis.
This holiday season, let’s join forces to create a lasting impact that transcends the glitter and tinsel. Let’s make sure that the spirit of giving breathes life into the futures of those who need it most.
How to donate a gift?
Fill out the gift donation form above before the 18th of December including your gift message. Next choose to either email the donation gift card directly to the gift recipient or to yourself to forward on or print it out to pop in a Santa stocking ready Christmas morning.
As we are a small organisation please allow for up to two business days to receive your personalised Christmas gift card. Our office will be closed for the Christmas and New Years period so we’ll only be accepting donation gifts until the 18th of December. Don’t miss to donate a gift to transform a young person’s life.
Thank you for your support, and we wish you all the best this holiday season.
Experience the joy of giving this holiday season by joining our Christmas fundraiser and making a positive impact in our community.