How to Support ECHO and the Neighbourhood House
Help Us to Help Others
There are several ways you can assist ECHO Empowering services and the Neighbourhood House to support our community. If you’d like to chat about how Neighbourhood House funds might be used, please contact us.
General Financial Donation
One of the most simple ways to donate to ECHO is to give money to be used for current projects and programs. Our needs vary greatly depending on demand and funding availability.
If you’d like to chat about how Neighbourhood House funds might be used, please contact us.
WAYS TO HELP
Please drop off any pantry items, toiletries, sanitary items, baby needs, school snacks, fresh produce, books, board games, and garden tools to the Neighbourhood House.
Please make cheques out to: Eacham Community Help Organization Inc and post to:
PO Box 124
Malanda Qld 4885
Please contact us if you are an individual or business who would like to participate in our sponsorship program.
We undertake fundraisers such as raffles from time to time. We’d love for your business to support our fundraising efforts.
Please contact us to donate via Paypal.
Online or over the counter banking
You can donate online direct into our bank account.
Eacham Community Help Organization Inc
Reference: Donation + your name
Please contact our office to obtain a receipt for your donation.
Help Us Build Bathroom & Laundry Facilities
Australian Communities Foundation is a community of giving, powered by a courageous ambition: a fairer and more sustainable Australia. As a broker of change, they connect those who can give with the people and organisations leading the way. With more than 25 years of experience in catalysing positive social and environmental change, they make philanthropy easy and accessible for people from all walks of life, all over Australia.
ECHO Empowering Services is seeking funding for an important project via the Australian Communities Foundation. We are fundraising for a purpose-built facility at the Malanda Neighbourhood House to enable homeless people and those at risk of homelessness or with otherwise limited access to facilities to use a shower, toilet and laundry. Currently, the community needs to travel to Atherton to access these basic human rights, which is not often practical.