Volunteer for us
Following are details of where you can make payments or deliver goods to Rosies. Please forward any donated items either directly to our local Branch and/or our State Office as agreed with our Rosies team.
- BANK ACCOUNT
Account Name: Rosies Youth Mission Inc
Bank: Commonwealth Bank of Australia
Bank BSB: 064 451
Account No.1003 7818
Please also email a copy of your bank EFT receipt to email@example.com
- CHEQUE or MONEY ORDER
Make payable to Rosies Youth Mission Inc and forward to our State Office.
Your regular gift will enable Rosies the flexibility to plan for our future and respond to unexpected needs of our many friends. Making regular donations is also a safe, easy, convenient, and cost-effective way of getting more money to where it is needed most. Thank you!
It’s quick and easy to set up. You can choose to make your regular gift whenever suits you – fortnightly, monthly, quarterly, six monthly, or yearly.
Rosies is able to assist with setting up your payments, and are able to process debit/ credit card payments. You will need to set up your own electronic funds transfer directly with your bank.
- Simply download a Regular giving form or Contact Rosies and we will set up regular gifts from your debit/credit card
- Alternatively, you can set up yourself using the Regular giving option on our online donation form. Please note, this option will incur fees from our secure online portal provider.
Our Regular giving program has been named in memory of Sandra Hazel in recognition of her treasured contribution to Rosies, our volunteers, and the Queenslanders we support every day. Find out more About Sandra Hazel.
A willing gift
A gift in your Will, a bequest, is a very special way to support Rosies.
Sometimes our own personal circumstances do not allow for us to volunteer, or the ability to donate, right now. A gift in your Will to Rosies is a way that you make a difference, now and into the future.
Your bequest to Rosies will make a lasting impact to the lives of those who are marginalised within our community – especially those who are homeless, at risk of homelessness, or simply lonely.
If you would like to make a gift in you Will to Rosies, please talk to your solicitor or contact us. Your enquiry will be confidential, and there is no obligation involved.
Following is wording for you to consider.
I give (amount) free of duties to Rosies Youth Mission Inc of 109 North Road, Wynnum QLD 4178 for its general purpose and I declare that the receipt of the Treasurer or other authorised officer shall be sufficient discharge to my executors or trustees for the same.
You may wish to nominate your gift to Rosies Tapestry Fund. Our Fund was established in June 2004, with a loving bequest from the Jackson Family in memory of their late son and daughter. Following the official launch held later that year, it was agreed the Tapestry Fund be held in special reserves and used only in times of exceptional need to ensure Rosies sustainability. Find out more About Rosies Tapestry Fund.
Fundraise for Rosies
Thank you for considering fundraising for Rosies. Fundraising can be a fun and rewarding way for everyone – individuals, schools, workplaces, and community groups alike – to support Rosies and our friends on the street. Over 95% of our work is funded through kind donations from our local community – such as you! So thank you.
Following is an overview of the steps involved, along with some hints and tools to support you with your fundraising initiative.
1. Decide your initiative
Make sure you read our Guidelines that include reminders of your responsibilities.
2. Pledge your support
Complete and return your fundraising initiative Proposal form to ensure you have a letter of authority before you start. Every initiative must be registered.
3. Hold your initiative
Have fun and spread the word – start your own event.
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