An Australia where vulnerable young people and children have hope for a successful and positive life.
Vulnerable young people urgently need your support
COVID-19 Crisis Appeal
Automotive training and mentoring
HAND BRAKE TURN
Supporting young people experiencing homelessness
Steps Outreach Service:
Walking with young people towards independence
Equipping school students with resilience, empathy and life skills
Values For Life
Pastoral Care for young men in Youth Justice
Thank you for keeping our programs alive
Edy’s long-term commitment to mentoring young people
David Cook2020-10-21T16:43:31+11:00October 21st, 2020|
Edward Chirenda has been a volunteer Live-In Mentor with Concern Australia for more than five years, showing great commitment to the wellbeing of multiple vulnerable young people he has shared a home with. "It really provides you with an opportunity to impact someone’s life!" he says.
Sharing a house, building a home with young people
David Cook2020-10-12T16:19:12+11:00October 12th, 2020|
Earlier this year April moved into one of our Inside Out homes as a volunteer live-in mentor supporting vulnerable young people as they learn to live independently. Find out why she took the plunge, and what it's been like during this extraordinary year.
Creative CREWY competitions keep young people entertained during lockdown
David Cook2020-09-22T08:36:40+10:00September 16th, 2020|
This year our CREWY team has played a crucial role in helping young people in our Inside Out houses cope with community lockdowns with a rolling series of creative, often hilarious challenges and competitions. Find out more and have a look at some great images of the young people's creativity!
Child Protection Week – let’s put children first in these difficult times
David Cook2020-09-09T15:28:53+10:00September 9th, 2020|
As more families find themselves in stressful situations as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the risks to children grow. The 30th anniversary of Child Protection Week is an important reminder about protecting children in these unstable times.
Hand Brake Turn students enter the virtual workshop
David Cook2020-08-20T15:11:32+10:00August 20th, 2020|
Our teams keep adapting to support vulnerable young people during the pandemic. We recently introduced the Car Mechanic Simulator game for Hand Brake Turn students so they can continue their practical learning away from the workshop.
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