Can you help KYDS deliver their mission this season?

KYDS offer expert mental health services that are free and accessible, to young people across northern Sydney.

Elena’s Story: Elena was in an abusive relationship for years. Like most women in this situation she was terrified to leave her husband, but after years of psychological and physical abuse, she began to fear her husband would threaten her three children. Bravely, she built up the strength to leave him. All alone, the struggle to pay rent and bills was relentless for Elena. Although she had tried her best to shelter her children, the trauma was affecting their school life and their mental health. Sadly she couldn’t afford the extra costs of the mental health support she knew they needed.


Thanks to the generous support of your donations, KYDS was able to step in to assist Elena. KYDS gave her family much-needed therapy, allowing them each to come to terms with their past and move towards a brighter future.

Please help KYDS to deliver free, accessible and expert mental health support to young people across the northern Sydney region.

Every donation you give will make a difference to young people and their families in our community, so they can look forward to their brighter future. Thanks to your generosity, since we opened our doors in 2005, KYDS has been able to offer life to change support to thousands of young people and their families.

Every donation you make to KYDS helps us to help families just like Elena’s.

Through your support KYDS will:

*Provide expert clinicians to work with young people.

*Help build the skills young people need to reach their full potential.

*Provide free, accessible and expert mental health services.

Please donate to help KYDS give young people hope this festive season:

$50 towards a family counselling session with a psychologist.

$100 towards mental health counselling for a vulnerable young person.

$500 towards the delivery of preventative, targeted mental health workshops in a school setting.

$1500 towards long-term therapeutic intervention of a vulnerable young person.

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