Support Us

Please help us continue to improve and support the lives of families and individuals on the Central Coast affected by mental health.

Central Coast Arafmi depends on the generosity of our supporters.

We are incredibly grateful to the individuals, community groups and organisations who enable us to support families and individuals impacted by mental health issues and trauma on the Central Coast.

Contact us if you’d like to discuss how you can help.

Thank you to our current primary supporters

Make a Donation

Your donation will help us to continue to support the community. We do this through providing:

  • Social and recreational opportunities for carers
  • Carer counselling and advocacy
  • Social and recreational opportunities for people impacted by mental health issues
  • Leadership opportunities for people impacted by mental health issues
  • Community education
  • Reciprocal learning environment for students
  • Volunteering opportunities
  • Respite accommodation

Your donation will also help to:

  • Reduce the negative impact of mental health and suicide on the Central Coast
  • Reduce stigma, discrimination, and isolation of people affected by mental health issues, and their families

Host a Fundraiser

We invite you to fundraise to support mental health in celebration of a wedding, birthday, anniversary or another festive occasion. This is a thoughtful way to add meaning to your special day.

In just minutes, you can build and customise your own online fundraising page, then share the link with your friends, family, and colleagues. By asking them to support you with a donation, you both help support mental health on the Central Coast.

Every donation is recorded on your fundraising page along with a message of support from your donors.

Support in Memory

A special gift in memory of your loved one is a gift of hope for the future. You can create a gift in memory of your loved one in support promoting mental health on the Central Coast through:

  • Organising a group collection in lieu of flowers
  • Give an individual personal donation
  • Setting up an online tribute so friends and family can join in celebrating the life of a loved one


A bequest is a simple, yet powerful way to give a legacy in support of mental health on the Central Coast.

With little or no impact on your lifestyle today, you have the opportunity to contribute to the valuable work of Central Coast ARAFMI and the well-being of our Central Coast community.

You may consider our suggested wording for a bequest to Central Coast Arafmi in your Will:

I give to Central Coast Arafmi ABN 9361 2028 088 (here state the money or assets to be gifted or the residual estate) for its charitable purposes but if this gift cannot take effect, to the charitable organisation in Australia which my Executors consider most nearly fulfils the objects I intend to benefit.

For more information please contact us.

Volunteer With Us

Volunteering with Central Coast Arafmi is a great way to learn about mental health in the community, reduce the stigma surrounding mental health and to help support people affected by mental health issues. 

Studies have also shown that volunteering helps people feel more socially connected and provides a sense of purpose, pride and accomplishment – all great things to do to maintain your own mental health.

Contact us to find out about our current volunteering opportunities.

Partner With Us

There has never been a more important time for businesses to work together with charities.

We welcome businesses to get in touch and discover the power of a business partnership with Central Coast Arafmi and help make a lasting positive impact.

Please contact us to learn more.

Mental Health Support

Our mental health support services are open to anyone aged 18 and over, whose lives have been impacted by mental illness.

Family & Carers Support

We have a designated worker who is dedicated to supporting families, working holistically within the family unit.

Respite Accommodation

We offer short-stay accommodation for carers and individuals that are experiencing mental health issues.