Over the last decade, depression among teenagers has increased by more than 60%.

Almost a quarter of young people in Australia show the symptoms of probable serious mental illness.

57% of young Australians admit to frequent feelings of extreme loneliness and isolation.

Suicide has become the leading cause of death among teenagers in Australia.

350 young people take their own lives every year – more than die on the roads.

As Australia's largest not-for-profit youth arts organisation, Harvest Rain is committed to making a difference in the lives of young Australians by providing access, community, connection, support and financial assistance to young people in need. 

Each year, we help over 25,000 young Australians between the age of 6 and 25 years of age through our many creative programs and community building endeavours.  

Through our Youngharts Network, we give away over $25,000 in scholarships

and bursaries each year to assist young people who are experiencing financial hardship or distress.

We receive no government funding.

We receive no major corporate support.

We help the youth of Australia thanks to the support of our donors.


If you'd like to make a difference in the life of a young Australian, 

please make a tax-deductible donation today.


Here's just a few of our most recent Youngharts success stories - your donations really make a difference!


supporting young Australians affected by the recent bushfires

Long after the fires are out, many young Australians will still be dealing with the effects of the devastating bush fires that swept the nation at the start of 2020. 

For young people whose families lost their homes or their livelihoods, the coming months and years will be tough. We want to help them get back on their feet, so we have launched a dedicated Youngharts Bushfire Appeal to raise money to assist young people in need as a result of the fires. 

Funds raised will go towards providing scholarships, bursaries, support, and assistance to young people in Australia under the age of 25 who were affected by the recent bushfires.