Thanks for your support
There are many ways you can support the work of Uniting Communities. We are so grateful for the support of the community, whether that be through donation of your time in volunteering in one of our many programs, or through your financial contribution. Each year, we need to raise significant funds to continue providing services to vulnerable people in our community.
Support our latest appeal
It is through the kindness and generosity of the wider community that Uniting Communities can continue to deliver vital services to people in need. Each year, the increasing demand for our services requires continued support from the community.
For more information about how you can support our latest appeal, please click here.
Leave a gift in your Will
When you choose to leave a gift to Uniting Communities in your Will – a bequest – you are helping to shape the future of your community and the people within it.Read more
After taking care of your family members and loved ones, you may consider leaving a bequest to support our work. In this way, through our services, advocacy and community-building activities, we can ensure that you continue to make a difference to those in need in your community into the future.
Click here for more information on leaving a gift in your Will or please contact us on 08 8202 5110.
Involve your workplace
We could not do the work we do without the dedication and generosity of our valued corporate supporters.
We create unique partnerships with organisations of all kinds, aligned to their goals for business and for social responsibility. Your staff may be interested in volunteering with us, you may like to provide financial or in-kind support for our events, or perhaps you and your workmates would like to fundraise on our behalf.Read more
We take the time to get to know your business and what drives you so that we can develop a mutually beneficial partnership.
Please contact us on 08 8202 5110 to talk about which options could suit your business.
Make a regular gift
Making a regular gift is an easy and very effective way to support the work of Uniting Communities.
Our regular givers understand that social change takes time – their dedicated and ongoing support helps us to better plan and deliver our services, allowing Uniting Communities to reach the people who need our support the most.Read more
You can choose to donate an amount and giving frequency that best suits you. Please click here to set up your regular gift online, or contact us directly on 08 8202 5110.
Give in memory of a loved one
You may like to honour the life of a loved one who has passed away by giving their family and friends the chance to make a gift in their memory. Your collective support and celebration of your loved one’s life in this way will make a difference across our services, for example Lifeline Adelaide, disability, aged care, youth services and homelessness.Read more
Please contact us on (08) 8202 5110 or via email if you would like us to provide ‘In memoriam’ envelopes for a funeral or memorial service. You may also like to consider establishing a fundraiser in memory of a loved one, this can be managed in a few simple steps via our online fundraising page, click here for more information.
Volunteer with us
Some 700 volunteers support our work in the community, and we are grateful for their time and efforts to make a difference to people’s lives across South Australia.
There are many different opportunities to volunteer at Uniting Communities including offering friendship to older members of the community, working in a Goodwill shop, or answering calls at Lifeline Adelaide from people needing urgent support.Read more
Volunteering offers the chance to use your skills and develop new ones as you help your community. In return, you can develop skills and gain new ones, make new friends and find a rewarding addition to your routine.
To find out more about the volunteering opportunities at Uniting Communities please contact us on 1800 615 677 (free call) or register your interest. Lifeline Adelaide is a service of Uniting Communities, and if you are interested in becoming a Lifeline Adelaide volunteer, please visit the website to find out more.
Help us to help our local community by donating unwanted clothing, furniture and other items that are too good to throw out. You can make a donation at any Goodwill store or at our donation sites. Please contact us to arrange a collection of furniture and large items on 08 8202 5070.
Please note: We are unable to accept donations of white goods, electrical items and mattresses or broken and damaged goods.
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