You can help The Boys' Brigade Australia continue its vital work in engaging with young people across the Australia.
Find out more about the various ways on this page:
The Boys' Brigade Australia is a non-profit charity organisation and relies entirely on donations from supporters and members fees to support and expand the network of groups across Australia, train leaders and run programs to mentor children and youth of Gen Z.
If you would like to make a ‘one-off’ or a regular investment towards the work of The Boys’ Brigade Australia, please contact the national office on 1800 819 704 or your state/territory administration for details. (Please note that these donations do not attract tax deductability)
Donations can also be made to specific BB projects in some states. Speak with your state office for details.
One of the best things about leaving a bequest to The Boys’ Brigade Australia is that you will be making a real difference.
If you have been a member of The Boys' Brigade Australia over the years, you will know the impact BB can have on the lives of young people.
We want to ensure that these experiences and opportunities continue for future generations to come, then why not think about making an investment in the future in the form of a bequest.
Contact Boys’ Brigade Australia administration in your State/Territory for more information.
The B.B. Fund
The B.B. Fund was established in 1982 by The Boys' Brigade Australia in NSW as a non profit charity organization to assist Australian youth participate in educational and life improvement activities that they would not normally have had the opportunities to do because of a family's financial situation.
The B.B. Fund has Deductable Gift Recipient (DGR) status with the Australian Taxation Office, so donations to this fund are tax deductable to the donor.
The Boys’ Brigade Australia is a non-profit charity youth organisation with a network of locals groups across Australia and over 5000 members. As a values-based organisation with a strong reputation, we are looking to work with partners who will enhance the work we do with children and young people.
The current and future ministry of Boys’ Brigade in Australia is heavily reliant on volunteers who serve in leadership roles at all levels of the organisation and give generously of their time to the BB ministry. For the most part, leaders are committed Christians who have a calling from God to the ministry of leading and mentoring young people within the structured programs of the Boys’ Brigade. [more]