TMS Consulting CEO and Chair of Brisbane Youth Service, Helen Wood will proudly participate in this year’s Daggy Jumper Day this month.
Being held on 29 July, Daggy Jumper Day raises funds for Brisbane Youth Service to help ensure at-risk young people are warm this winter and have a bigger and brighter future.
TMS CEO Helen Wood said she was excited to dig deep into her wardrobe and get daggy for a great cause.
“Winter is a difficult time for homeless youth for obvious reasons and I just love what this campaign is about and the impact it ultimately has.”
“Daggy Jumper Day is an annual tradition at TMS and the team and I can’t wait to do it again this year. It is always a good laugh in the office regarding how daggy we can get but importantly the money raised makes such a positive difference for young people who really need the support.”
According to BYS as many as 4
,500 young people in Queensland will go to sleep tonight without safe and secure housing.
Helen is aiming to raise $700 for the cause. If you would like to donate, please go to: https://daggy.gofundraise.com.au/page/HelenWood1
Brisbane Youth Service (BYS) has been addressing the problem of youth homelessness in Brisbane for 38 years by assisting homeless and disadvantaged young people (aged 12-25 years) and their children to secure and maintain housing, address physical & mental health issues, establish successful relationships and support networks and access pathways to education and long term employment. You can view their great work and contribute as a regular giver at www.brisyouth.org