How you can give to the Tasmanian Bike Collective

The Tasmanian Bike Collective relies on external funding to maximise our impact on the young people we work with.

We are a registered charity with Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR) status. All donations to our organisation are tax deductible.

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If you would like to make a direct transfer to our bank account send an email to and we will promptly send you the details. (This protects us against others illegally using our bank account details).


Use the donation form below.

If yourself, your company or your organisation are interested in supporting us and would like to talk to one of our Program Managers or our CEO first, please get in touch.

Your donation will support our programs, helping at-risk young people achieve their potential. The whole TasBC Team is incredibly thankful for any contribution you can make.

Tasmanian Bike Collective is a registered charity with Public Benevolent Institution and Tax Deductable Gift Recipient status (DGR1). Further information can be found on the Australian Charities and Not-for-profit Commission's (ACNC) website.

Give to the Tasmanian Bike Collective

All financial donations support our programs, helping at-risk young people achieve their potential. We are incredibly thankful for any contribution you can make.

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“I feel safe at the RVBC. If I am getting bullied I like to come here.”

“I am now physically healthier and also more comfortable around all sorts of people.”

“At the workshop I'm calmer. Chance to relax after school.”

“The “Sessions” (rewards) have helped me with saving skills.”

"I can come here and get session and parts and stuff without it costing money. Wouldn’t normally been able to ride my bike for a while."

Volunteer… “During my time I saw firsthand the importance of positive older role models and the effects this has on the lives of young people.”

"[I feel] a lot safer at bikes than school and cause I know everyone we get along better"

"I learnt about resilience when it comes to dealing with people who might come and mouth off or have a bad attitude."

"I want to work on bikes as a job and I now know some of those skills."

"My son didn’t really know anyone in his local community, but now has made lots of new friends, has a hobby which gets him off the playstation and out exercising."

"I fit in more here, with the hands on type stuff and has helped me connect with others who are the same."