Churches, corporations, charities and individuals can make a significant contribution to the physical and mental welfare of the community by supporting Ebenezer.
Supporters who contribute as they are able, are key to the ongoing success and expansion of our services.
There are opportunities to fund or contribute to a specific program as well as to Ebenezer as a whole. Alternatively making a donation, or volunteering to assist are valuable ways to support our work.
If you would like to assist the work of Ebenezer as a Supporter please call Martin Smith on 08 9440 1736
Ebenezer’s Supported Accommodation Assistance Program is funded jointly by Federal and State Governments under the National Affordable Housing Agreement.
Ebenezer partners with Wungening Aboriginal Corporation, Coolabaroo and Moorditj Koort to deliver an Aboriginal In-Home Support Service to families.
Ebenezer VTEC Employment Program is funded by the National Indigenous Australians Agency in partnership with Ebenezer Aboriginal Corporation.
Minderoo Foundation Pty Ltd funds the Ebenezer VTEC into Acacia Prison to support indigenous men with vocational training and mentoring.
Whitelion and Ebenezer are providing parenting support and youth mentoring for families in the Mirrabooka region.
Our thanks also to Lanskey Constructions who have raised funds to support Ebenezer’s work with the homeless and families in need.
Ebenezer partners with the Department of Communities and the City of Stirling to provide Family and Domestic Violence support services