Community partners

Each year YouthCARE help thousands of students, staff and family members in Western Australian public school communities by providing an essential social, emotional, mental health and spiritual support service.

YouthCARE offer confidential, non-judgmental pastoral care and values education based on respect, compassion and service.

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Lotterywest‘s vision is ‘building a better WA together’.

They work to enhance the quality of life and well-being for all West Australians. Lotterywest was established in 1932 by the Government of the day and remain a Government entity that continues to operate for its original purpose — to benefit the entire WA community.

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Choose Respect is a language and framework to help you foster a respectful culture in your home, school, workplace and community. 98five Sonshine FM is proud to be a Choose Respect workplace.


The Kingdom Investors aims is to identify, activate, inspire and equip Christian men and women whose primary calling is to minister in the marketplace.


Mr Whippy Goodnews Ice Cream van has generously been supporting 98five’s Free Coffee Fridays on the Breakfast show with coffee and donuts for more than a year. Paul: 0434 317 617.


98five Sonshine FM and churches have a long affiliation with basketball. We have enjoyed working with the families of the basketball community for many years through Lakeside Lightning, then Stirling Senators and the Perth Wildcats. 98five is happy to partner with the State Basketball League of WA as we work together to reach out to families in our community. The SBL Slam show is on Tuesdays, 7-9pm during the season.

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Perth Wildcats is an Australian men’s professional basketball team competing in the National Basketball League (NBL). They are the highest-drawing and most successful club in the league, having achieved six championships (ahead of the four championships won by the Adelaide 36ers, Melbourne United and New Zealand Breakers). Since 1987, the Perth Wildcats have appeared in all 29 NBL finals series. The NBL Nation show is on Tuesdays, 7-9pm during the season.


Red Frogs is a support program for young people between the ages of 15 and 25 that recognises the culture of young people is dominated by alcohol, and excessive consumption of alcohol and other substances can lead to dangerous and life-altering behaviours.

Therefore Red Frogs make it their mission to provide a positive peer presence in alcohol-fuelled environments where young people gather, educate young people on safe partying behaviours, and promote and provide non-alcoholic and/or diversionary activities that engage young people in these environments.

Red Frogs core values are serving, integrity and relationship.

Early in 2010, Trav and Em Fitch chatted with their friend Allison about what it might mean to give back to their local community, especially around Balga/Westminster. With all three passionate about investing in young people the way people had invested in them, the room filled with purposeful words and innovative ideas. It was these mere words that created a new reality — 12 Buckets.

The 12 Buckets program is delivered to local Perth children identified by their school as being at-risk or disadvantaged and it focuses on 12 areas, which fall under responsibility, community, mastery and generosity, deemed important for overall well-being.

The ‘bucket’ represents the underlying philosophy that fullness in life comes when you pour yourself out for others.