So you want to fundraise for homeless youth?
There are lots of ways you can make a difference, and this is the place to start!
Walk for Good
Get out with your family, pets or challenge your workmates to map out a home for homeless youth by walking for good.
Host of a Hard Hat activity or event in August or anytime of the year. On site or in the office, decide what works for you and your team.
Your Own Thing
Challenge yourself and make an impact – give up a bad habit, climb a mountain, run a marathon... The possibilities are endless.
If it is a special occasion, add some extra meaning to the day by asking for donations in lieu of a gift
How to get your fundraiser started
Decide what you want to do
Register & create your fundraising page
Share & promote your fundraiser
Your Support Helps Us...
Rebuild lives, one bedroom at a time
Our major initiative – The Haven Project (formerly the PIF House Program) – is the building and refurbishing of homes for homeless youth since 1996.
Each $1 raised is then matched with in-kind donations of skills, labour and goods from the property and construction industry.
This unique partnership doubles the value of every $1 donated.
Turn houses into homes
Providing vulnerable young people with a place to live that's not just safe, but also homely, can contribute to an invaluable improvement in their sense of self. As the creator of homes and communities, our industry can and should play a role in addressing youth homelessness. We work collaboratively with other charities to break the cycle of youth homelessness and changing lives for the better.
Invest in initiatives to reach at-risk youths
It is important to think about the underlying causes of youth homelessness, so supporting early intervention and initiatives that reach thousands of at-risk youth can help stop young people from becoming homeless in the first place.
The Gentlemen’s Ball Committee has chosen the Property Industry Foundation as its charity of choice for the 2021 Ball on 8 May 2021 in Brisbane. Established in 2003, the Gentlemen’s Ball is an opportunity for the up–and–coming young men and women in the property and construction industry to get together and raise funds for charity. This year, the Ball is sponsored by Cornerstone Properties and is raising funds for homeless youth.
“On Thursday 11th March, Northrop sailed Sydney Harbour with 13 of their clients from various parts of the construction industry, in support of the Property Industry Foundation 2021 Regatta. Northrop made a donation on behalf of each client and were able to raise a total of $1,172 for homeless youth”
M3 Property is donating funds normally allocated towards print marketing materials towards the Haven Project (formerly the PIF House Program) that supports homeless youth by building projects in NSW, VIC and QLD.