raise money for doxa

we need people like you

Money raised through individual fundraising will have an incredible effect on the lives of the disadvantaged young people who participate in our programs. There are heaps of ways to raise money for Doxa.

We recommend that you keep it fun, so we’ve put together a few ideas that give you an idea of what works.

Breakfast / lunch / dinner / movie night

This is great for corporate audiences. You can create a theme for the event, get really creative with specific fundraising measures, and it’s a great opportunity for people to broaden their professional and social networks.

Hold a sale

This might be unwanted items that you’re thinking of throwing out, or it could be putting your skills to use and selling something you’ve created or can supply. This is a great way of getting colleagues involved too, where you can pool your resources and add value to your activity!

Healthy competition

A fun run, golf day, or ride-to-work day are all great ways of getting people involved, plus it’s great for physical and mental health!

Use crowdfunding

If your fundraising activity relies on small individual donations, using a crowdfunding platform is a great way to increase your effectiveness. Share your campaign with your social media networks (and we’ll do the same with ours!).

Download the Fundraising Toolkit Brochure.

partner with doxa

Our organisation is rapidly expanding to deliver more programs, and each year we support more and more young people experiencing disadvantage. We are now one of but a few Victorian organisations that provide programs spanning key developmental and life cycle stages of a young person.

And across our three program portfolios, we support over 8,000 disadvantaged young Victorians each year. These young people are smart and motivated but will have come from challenging life circumstances.

Here are just a few examples of how a corporate partner can be involved with us

Sponsor a Cadet

Cadetship Program Partners play a vital role in supporting talented young people from challenging life circumstances to complete university and gain the skills needed for an employable future.

On top of this, your organisation will benefit from having skilled volunteering opportunities for staff, improved team morale, hitting CSR targets and increasing diversity in the organisation.


Networking evening

Part of a Cadet’s personal development journey is mastering the fine art of networking.

Corporate partners are invited each year to a live networking session with Cadets, who receive professional training in preparation for the event. Our partners gain great access to some of Victoria’s best and brightest young minds, many of whom will be on the verge of transitioning into the workforce.


Become a Mentor

Part of a Cadet’s personal development journey is mastering the fine art of networking.

Employees of our Cadetship sponsors have access to rewarding and enriching mentor opportunities.

Our mentors reflect very positively on this experience, and the impact they have on the lives of Cadets can remain strong well beyond the duration of the program.



Leaving a gift in your will is a great way to create a lasting impact on the lives and opportunities for young people experiencing disadvantage.
There are four main types of gifts you can leave in your will which are below.


The remainder of your estate after first leaving gifts to your loved ones.


A gift expressed as a percentage or fraction of your estate.


A specified gift which can be money, property or stocks and shares.


This comprises your entire estate and is usually left by those without family or other preferred beneficiaries, or those wanting to achieve something very significant with their gift.

We recommend discussing with your solicitor the option that suits you best.

For examples of the specific wording for including Doxa
please click here


Should you have any questions or would like to let us know that you  have remembered Doxa in your will, we would love to have a confential conversation.

SImply call us on  (03) 9046 8200 and one of our Partnerships staff will be happy to help. 

If you dont wish to speak on the phone, you can fill out the form below.

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