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EACH YEAR WE CONNECT WITH 30,000 YOUNG PEOPLE THROUGH OUR FOCUS ON EDUCATION, HOUSING & HOMELESSNESS, AND JUSTICE.

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OUR NEWS

Hand Brake Turn graduates celebrate new skills

July 14th, 2020|

July 15 is World Youth Skills Day. We are thrilled to mark this important day by celebrating two groups of students who successfully completed the Hand Brake Turn course in face-to-face classes before the re-introduction of COVID-19 social restrictions.

Mason finds a career path and hope for his future

June 24th, 2020|

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.

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