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Sir David Martin Foundation appreciates the support it receives from the community, corporate sector and motivated individuals who are passionate about providing young people with the confidence, skills and dedication to implement sustained change in their lives. If you would like to be part of this change for young people, here are some ways you can help. 


Supporters of Sir David Martin Foundation help to make real and lasting changes in the lives of young people. They are committed to supporting meaningful and ongoing projects creating positive outcomes for young people affected by addiction, abuse, mental illness and homelessness. 

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Get Involved

There are many ways in which you can leave a donation of your choosing to support our youth programs and help save young lives. 

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Fundraise

Fundraise for us! Whether you'd like to participate in one of our own events, join a community fun run or fundraise through your own initiative, you can directly contribute to funding our youth programs.

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Volunteer

Can you lend your time to help Sir David Martin Foundation?

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Arrange Donations in Lieu of Gifts

If you have an event coming up, you may wish to let guests know that you'd prefer them to donate to SDMF rather than bring a gift. 

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Leave a Bequest

Have you thought about what your legacy might be? 
Leaving a gift in your Will to Sir David Martin Foundation is a very special act of generosity and foresight.

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Become a Partner

We welcome opportunities to partner with businesses or companies. Partnerships are meaningful for both parties and create opportunities for support and engagement for all involved.

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Invest

Sir David Martin Foundation offers individuals, organisations, family trusts and foundations the opportunity to have a significant and lasting impact by investing in our youth.

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One in 3 homeless young people say they are homeless because they are unable to afford housing costs or find work...

Homeless youth are much more likely to have alcohol and drug problems, mental illness and trouble with the law...

33% of youth aged 16 and 17 years have tried at least one type of illegal substance including; cannabis, hallucinogens, amphetamines, ecstasy, opiates or cocaine...

Over 100,000 Australians are homeless on any given night, of which at least 44,000 are aged 12 to 25...