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Help Us Grow

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Welcome. Follow the steps below and help Little Dreamers grow!

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Help Us Grow

1. Give

There are a few ways you can give to support Little Dreamers!

Join our Big Givers community for as little as $5 per month (yes, thatโ€™s just one coffee per month!). This helps us to create a guaranteed income stream to pre-plan support programs for our Young Carers.

You can also make a one-off donation.ย This funding contributes to our current virtual support programs, reaching more Young Carers during COVID.

Become a Big Giver Donate
Help Us Grow

2. Share

This is where you spread the word! Follow us on social media, subscribe to our newsletter, tell your friends, or even refer a Young Carer!

Use the hashtag #helpLDgrow when you post on social media to share our message.

You can also download our media kit for more shareable resources below.

Media Kit
Little Dreamers staff member, Taylar wears a navy long sleeve top with the Little Dreamers star on the front. She has a helmet, harness and gloves on for the high ropes course, and has her mouth wide open in a smile and hands up in the air. Behind her is the high ropes course, surrounded in trees.

3. Grow

Our vision is a world in which every Young Carer is supported by someone or something by the year 2030.

Find out what other opportunities you can get involved in, like volunteering, workplace giving and Dream Granting Days, to help us achieve our mission!

Get Involved

4. Tell us how you found us!

We’d love to know how you landed here. Complete the survey below and help us track where our campaign is going!

๐Ÿ–ค๐Ÿ’›โค๏ธ This NAIDOC Week, let`s show our support for First Nations owned businesses! Here are just a few of our many favs to check out:

Clothing the Gaps: A community brand managed by health professionals that celebrates Aboriginal people and culture.

Haus of Dizzy: Proud Wiradjuri woman Kristy Dickinson creates bold, playful, statement-making jewellery that celebrates and honours Indigenous culture.

Chocolate on Purpose: Sharing culture through storytelling with chocolate, educating on the traditional use of the botanicals by our First Nations People.

Trading Blak: A collective of Aboriginal-owned businesses working together to advocate transparency when trading in culture and empower mob to succeed on their own terms.


NAIDOC Week is here, and weโ€™ve rounded up a list of fantastic accounts to follow! Show your support for First Nations organisations, learn about their rich history and culture, and help spread the word by giving these amazing groups a follow and a share ๐Ÿ‘‡

Youth Organisations:
Koorie Youth Council | @koorieyouthcouncil
Culture is Life | @cultureislifeorg
Korin Gamadji Institute | @koringamadji

Aboriginal-led Organisations:
Common Ground | @commongroundfirstnations
Black Rainbow | @blackrainbowaus

Youth Allies:
Foundation for Young Australians | @fya_org
Youth Affairs Council Victoria | @yacvic
PROJECT ROCKIT | @projectrockit
Minus18 | @minus18youth

Letโ€™s celebrate and support our First Nations communities this NAIDOC Week! ๐Ÿ–ค๐Ÿ’›โค๏ธ
#NAIDOC2024 #NAIDOCWeek #SupportFirstNations

Calling all 13-17-year-old Young Carers in NSW2 & QLD!

Looking to learn about wellbeing and ways to wind down? Join our free Wind Down Wednesday program! Gentle stretches, meditation, self-regulation & more! Sessions start July 31st and run for six weeks on Wednesdays between 5-6 pm. ๐Ÿง˜

Express your interest by July 24th! Find the link to register in our bio ๐Ÿ‘†

School holiday programs are in full swing in QLD and VIC, and weโ€™re loving all the fun and activities happening so far! Check out this beautiful sunset at our Dream Big Mountain Retreat last week in Mt Tambourine! We had an incredible time together, making memories and enjoying the stunning views โ˜€๏ธ๐Ÿ”๏ธ

#LittleDreamers #YoungCarers #SchoolHoliday #MtTambourine #DreamBig

Intersectionality matters! Pride Month is an opportunity to recognise and uplift the voices of LGBTQIA+ people of colour, those with disability, and other marginalised communities. It`s a time to celebrate the rich diversity within the LGBTQIA+ community and ensure that EVERY voice is heard.

Let`s continue to amplify these voices and work towards creating a more inclusive and equitable world for all, not just this month, but every month!

#PrideMonth #LGBTQIAHistory #Intersectionality #InclusionMatters

[Image description: Intersectionality is essential. Pride month is an opportunity to recognise and uplift the voices of LGBTQIA+ people of colour, disability and other marginalised communities.]

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