Donate how your gift can help
Investing in the future and contributing to a stronger community
YouthNet reaches close to 600-800 students each year, yet there are over 8,000 children between the ages of 5 and 18 in our schools who can benefit from having a mentor in their life.
YouthNet works in helping to ensure these youth develop into responsible, educated, and contributing members of society. Such a continuum of support throughout one’s school life helps ensure lives are positively impacted. However, such a support requires much work, volunteers, and commitment from our donor community.
Different Ways You Can Donate
Financial – The opportunity to donate online is coming soon
Gifts in Kind – YouthNet welcomes gifts in kind from community members, businesses and organizations these include:
Books, Games and Puzzles
We welcome books suitable for ages 5-10, board games and puzzles suitable for ages 5- 13; all within good condition please.
In support of events, prizes and mentor recognition, we welcome gift certificates to movies, retail outlets, restaurants or other local, establishment.
If you are hosting an event, we welcome discounts on tickets to events, concerts, performances etc
Time and Talent
We encourage companies to support our recruitment effort by giving their employees the time to volunteer as mentor 1 lunch hour per week.
How to donateIf you wish to make a donation of any kind, please contact Executive Director Clare Mello.
How will my donation help? Where does the the money go? General operating support assists YouthNet in serving hundreds of children across the island each year. Through our mentoring and reading programmes,
we provide children with opportunities that lead to improved attitudes toward school, increased literacy skills and improved decision making. Through building meaningful relationships, mentors continue to inspire confidence within their mentees to be the best they can be, resulting in many mentees holding a positive view of their future. This support is also critical to delivering Best Practice relationship and volunteer management which includes recruitment, application, training, screening, matching, recognition and weekly relationship support and supervision.
P.O Box HM 2710
Hamilton, HM KX
16 Wesley Street, 2nd Floor
Hamilton, HM 11