Make a donation and help us to help those less fortunate.

Club Cares is the registered charity for Property Club.
Kevin Young and his wife Kathy started the charity with $2 million and pay all ongoing overheads from their own pocket.
We believe this is the only charity in Australia that does not pay overheads from donations.
All donations over $2 are Tax Deductible.

What is Club Cares?


Club Cares is dedicated to immediately improving the quality of life of those less fortunate with the supply of goods and medical services directly to them.

Club Cares is a registered charity set up by the Property Club where 100% of the monies received go direct to our recipient. All donations over $2 are tax deductible.

Established in 2007, Club Cares has raised and donated over $2.1m, including a $1m donation to the Australian Red Cross to set up The Young Centre, a training facility for Brisbane homeless youths.

Club Cares is able to act quickly to disperse funds and make purchases for recipients as we have no ‘red tape’ or bureaucracy. All donations are tax deductible.


Club Cares In The News


Kevin Young first met Craig Michaels when he was working in Brisbane for a local charity. Together they implemented some back-to-work training programs with the Red Cross.

Craig was suffering terrible injuries and required hip replacements on both sides but simply couldn’t afford the high cost. Club Cares was delighted to be able to assist Craig with the surgeries and his surgeries have been a complete success. Total Donation: $60,000.

Craig is now kept very busy with his charity business Back to Work Training and is leading strong reform in the charity sector. We highly encourage you to visit Craig’s website www.backtoworktraining.com.au to hear his amazing story.

“Craig Michaels has an inspiring story that is without doubt one of the major reasons of his success for mentoring clients. Life has thrown almost every possible challenge to Craig.”



We Love Our Volunteers!


Your Chance To Show You Really Care! If you’d like to donate your time, Club Cares would love to welcome you in one of our new roles – a state club carer or club carer. Read more…

We Love Our Volunteers

Let’s Help Little Rori.


Little Rori had a massive stroke and ended up in hospital for 10 weeks. She had lost the use of her left side but with lots of Occupational therapy she should make a full recovery.

In the past our Property Mentors Bryce and Amanda have always encouraged us to access assistance from Club Cares and we have declined, simply because we have always been in the position to afford Rori’s extra needs, however with her stroke came some very unexpected and expensive needs.

So we are writing today to ask whether you could raise an application on our behalf for a therapeutic bike that would assist Rori in the returned use of her legs and with the muscle building that goes with the motion of peddling. When we trailed her in the bike she vocalised every time she wanted to move forward so it has proven to be a piece of equipment that motivates Rori to move. – Deb and Brett.

All monies raised at the Conference for Club Cares will be matched and given to the family. Donations can be made online now or at the conference. REF: Rori.



$22,000 raised for Alyssa!


Alyssa - Club Cares - A Property Club Charity
Alyssa has severe physical and mental disabilities, and at nine years old, her parents can no longer lift her in and out of the car. Deb Morgan, Property Mentor, nominated the family for Club Cares assistance.



Thank you messages from recipients of our charitable works





“Thank you so very much. I am so excited. I was very nervous about where funding would come from for this necessary renovation to our bathroom/toilet. What a wonderful way to start our year.”   Wendy, Vic, January 2014


Oh thank you so much for the donation towards Tom’s FES bike. That is wonderful news! This machine will make a huge difference to Tom’s ongoing therapy and recovery.   Louise Vic, January 2014


“We would like to pass on our deep gratitude for your most valuable contribution towards the funding of this important piece of equipment for our daughter Olivia’s daily care”.   Mr & Mrs Trappet, December 2012

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