If you have a child between 5-17 years of age who is after an exciting extracurricular activity, they can register to become a Youth Ambassador today!

Do you know a young person who loves pups and wants to get involved in making a difference in their community? Our Youth Ambassador program is a wonderful opportunity for younger suppawters to learn about the ways that they can give back.

Image of a girl in a school uniform with a Guide Dog

What does the role involve?
As a Youth Ambassador, they will play a vital role in helping us to change the lives of Queenslanders with low or no vision. All we ask is that they pledge to host or take part in two fundraising activities over the year – that’s it! This could be anything from a bake sale, to a lemonade stand or a free-dress day at their school.

What will they receive?
Not only will they receive multiple rewards for themselves and their school, but they will also have the chance to meet our paw-fect pups! Upon registration, they’ll also receive a special Youth Ambassador kit which includes:

  • Youth Ambassador Guidebook
  • Ambassador Backpack
  • Suppawter Cap and Poster
  • Official Youth Ambassador Badge

How can someone become a Youth Ambassador? 

To become a Youth Ambassador, all you have to do is download and complete our registration form so that we can send you your Youth Ambassador Kit! Once you receive your kit, we will set you up with your very own Everyday Hero fundraising page.

If you think your child would make the paw-fect Youth Ambassador, sign up today.

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