When Mason arrived for his first Hand Brake Turn class it was difficult for him to see hope for the future. Now he has a career path. Find out more about his story and how you can help.
At six months old, Crystal was removed from her mother and placed in foster care. At 16, she ran away and ended up living on the streets of Melbourne. With your support, she's looking to the future. Find out more about her story.
For young people like Renee, Crystal and Mason who live life on the margins, things were already tough, and now they are getting even tougher. Donate now to make a difference.
We are delighted to announce during National Reconciliation Week that the CEO of Indigenous Workforce Consulting (IWC), Brendan Littlechild, has joined the Concern Australia Board of Directors.
The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic will be long-lasting. There is much work to be done to enable our young people to cope and navigate an uncertain future. We’ll be there for the long haul.
As the Victorian Government announces plans to return children to schools on a staggered timetable, we’re also excited to announce that we’re re-starting face-to-face Hand Brake Turn classes this week! Classes at our south-east site in Dandenong started on Tuesday, May 12, and classes at our north-west site [...]