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Funding Bodies

  • Department of Child Safety Youth and Women
  • Department of Housing and Public Works
  • In addition to our core funding from the Queensland Government


Queensland Youth and Families Support Servicess Inc. (QYFSS), as a not for profit, community-based organisation, relies on donations of goods from a range of businesses.

We would like to express our most sincere appreciation to the following local businesses for their support & assistance:

  • GIVIT - connecting those in need with those who have
  • Share the dignity - installed the vending machine and keep it supplied with FREE products
  • OzHarvest - provide weekly food donations for those in need
  • Giving with Love - local group that provide practical support from clothing, to hygiene packs, cleaning products, blankets and baby supplies.
  • Ray’s Patisserie (Silkstone) - supply bakery food to QYFSS
  • Collingwood Park Patisserie - supply bakery food to QYFSS
  • Woolworths (Goodna) - supply fresh fruit to QYFSS
  • Jace and Lee Butchers (Goodna) - supply all meat for QYFSS BBQ
  • Commonwealth Bank (Goodna) - funding for various grants/programs
  • Good360 - distributing highly needed product donations to people facing challenging life circumstances.


  • Queensland Council of Social Service (QCOSS) - leading force for social change to build soical and economic wellbeing for all.
  • Inter-agency Practice Collaboration Group (IPCG) - collaboratively develop and implement innovative approaches to community issues.
  • Queensland Youth Homelessness Coalition
  • Ipswich Youth Inter-agency Group
  • Springfield Community Inter-agency Group
  • Ipswich & West Moreton Youth Inter-agency Group
  • Under1Roof - coordination initiative that employs a collective impact approach to produce positive housing outcomes for complex needs clients.
  • Partnering for Impact - committed to broadening partnerships with the homelessness sector.
  • Partnering for Growth - provide direction and initial actions to generate a strong, viable community housing sector.


  • InCommunity - delivery Skills Set for successful tenancies - Dollars and Sense program within the region
  • NAPCAN - delivering Love Bites, Love Bites Junior and #friends program within the community and local schools.
  • Ipswich City Council - Collaboration with various youth, family and community engagement programs and events.
  • Challenge Employment - Collaboration in gaining employment for youth within the community.
  • Department of Education - Collaborating practice working with school and regional offices to re-engaging young people back into education.
  • Kummara Family Well-being Service - Collaboration practice with various programs and events and IPCG.
  • St Vincent de Paul (Oz Care) - regular collaboration on programs and projects.
  • Kambu Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Corporation (Kambu) - co case management and IPCG.
  • Rosewood Community Centre - provide various services and programs including family fun days, QHIP assessments and Youth drop in centre.
  • Riverview & Springfield Community Centre - provide various services and program including QHIP assessments and youth support.