The Women's Justice Network mentor and advocate for women and girls affected by the criminal justice system.
Women's Justice Network (WJN) is a socially inclusive based charity managed and directed by a group of women, dedicated to improving the status, wellbeing, and prospects of women and female youth in the criminal justice system. WJN takes a holistic approach to address the social injustices that exist for women and girls in the criminal justice system and campaigns to raise awareness of, and progress the cultural, social, economic and political inequalities that sustain these injustices. WJN operates a voluntary adult and girls mentoring program that seeks to enhance the well-being of women and girls by increasing their social capital, supporting their community reintegration, encouraging their autonomy and learning from their lived experience.
Epilepsy is a seizure disorder that can affect anyone at any time, regardless of age, gender, level of intelligence, culture or background. It is estimated that over 800,000 people in Australia will be diagnosed with epilepsy at some stage in life, with sadly 40% never being able to stop or control their seizures. Over 55% of Australians (13.2 million people) know someone with epilepsy, and around 65 million people are affected worldwide.
Epilepsy Action delivers innovative services that increase epilepsy awareness, understanding, knowledge and skills to assist people with epilepsy across Australia to optimise their life outcomes. Our vision is optimal living for people with epilepsy. Our team of highly qualified service co-ordinators, registered nurses and community development officers is equipped with a rich base of technical expertise, built up during five decades of services to the community.
Take Action Now to support our work and make a positive difference to those living with epilepsy around the country.
Stepping Stone House provides accommodation and personal development for homeless and in care children and youth so they can become the best they can be
Full Time Lives is a profit for purpose organisation that aims to help people build bold, happy, fulfilling lives after full-time work.
While a lot of people clearly plan out how much money they need to retire, not so many think about how they'll spend their time. We help people identify what makes them feel energised and fulfilled when they move on from full time work and then give them practical advice, tips and assistance to make their plans a reality.
We work with companies that care about the holistic needs of their mature employees or customers. We help businesses engage more closely with the growing and dynamic ageing population, better positioning themselves for future growth.
We are an Australian social enterprise and a registered charity focused on supporting personal development and social evolution. Our foundation was created to support a wave of change currently impacting all life on Earth and triggering an evolutionary leap forward for humanity.
Through our "Agency for Advanced Development of Integrative Intelligence" (AADII), our work addresses both the personal and social impacts of change, ranging from understanding and navigating the challenges of healing and personal growth, to exploring emerging social systems and new ways of living, at scale. Our foundation’s name comes from the Sanskrit word ‘aadii’ meaning ‘to shine light upon, to enlighten’ and the English ‘mesh’, being an interwoven structure. It reflects our work of shining light upon the interconnection and interdependence of all things.
SAMSN provides practical information and emotional support to male survivors of childhood sexual abuse to help them deal with the past and live a full and rewarding life.Our mission is to build an Australia-wide support network so that no man experiencing the negative impacts of childhood sexual abuse suffers in shame, silence or isolation.Our vision is a society in which male survivors of childhood sexual abuse can access the resources they need to help them deal with the past and live a full and rewarding life.
Endeavour Clubhouse is a place you can go to find support for your recovery from mental illness. We provide a safe, caring environment for you to build your self-confidence, and vocational and social skills. We believe that every member has a contribution to make and we rely on our members’ talents, skills and strengths in order to function.
The Foundation was originally called Patient’s Aid Society and was formed by the late Bruce Williams in 1967. It was his wish that people with arthritis would have access to a group providing fellowship, social support and assistance in daily living. The organisation has grown consistently over the years and today has more than 3,000 members and 35 branches and support groups across New South Wales.
Outloud is an award-winning intersectional, CALD-focused social impact arts organisation that creates genuine, meaningful, inspiring opportunities for young people in Western Sydney. We give a voice to people whose stories would otherwise go untold. We provide outreach, support and ongoing guidance and engagement with local young people and artists. We broaden young peoples’ experiences – making art a portal of empowerment and a platform for voice. We tackle tough social issues, such as domestic violence and social inequality that are touching the lives of these youth.Our projects are evidence-based, and draw on strengths-enhancing, skill building projects that provide artistic, playful and meaningful socially and culturally beneficial experiences to under resourced or marginalised youth from Western Sydney.
Every day, more than eight Australians take their life. This equates to over 3,000 suicides every year.
For every death by suicide, it is estimated that as many as 30 people attempt to end their lives. That means approximately 65,300 Aussies attempt to take their life each year.
In 2011, the cousin of a team member lost a brave battle with depression and took his life. Shortly after, our community was devastated again by the unexpected passing of a group member’s father. Two years later, having quietly struggled with mental health issues, a close friend of ours also took his life.
While discussions around suicide have been raised a great deal more since these tragedies, we’re conscious that a stigma continues to exist around mental health and suicide.
Suicide is the biggest killer of young Australians, accounting for the deaths of more young people than car accidents. But if we can’t come to terms with or speak about suicide as openly as we do about safe driving, how will this devastating situation ever change?
Having all been touched by suicide at some stage in our lives, we are determined to take the conversations around suicide one step further. We want people to talk, we want people to listen, but most importantly, we want to make sure our friends, family and every single Australian that is fighting their own mental health battle, feels supported.
Working collaboratively with Lifeline, we are proud to launch a new not-for-profit aimed at making sure the conversation about suicide doesn’t fade away. It shouldn’t have to take the death of another family member or friend to remind us how important it is to keep this conversation alive. Mental health is an inevitable part of our society, so let’s start dealing with it and Beat the Breakdown.
Friends Of Rambutso (FOR) is an Australian not-for-profit organization dedicated to helping the remote island communities of Rambutso (Rambutyo) in Papua New Guinea through community based health, education and conservation programmes. We operate at a grassroots level to help the people of Rambutso in PNG achieve self-sufficiency and a sustainable future.
Parkinson's Australia is the national peak body and charity representing more than 80,000 Australians living with Parkinson’s. Parkinson' Australia advocates for the Parkinson's community, promotes best practice models of service delivery, works to increase awareness of Parkinson's and provides information and education on Parkinson's symptoms, diagnosis, causes and treatments.
Centre For Hope is all about empowering disadvantaged young people to respect themselves, to connect to the wider community and to create an inspired life.
Our team works with Australian youth aged 6 to 18 years who are suffering adversity through causes such as financial hardship, mental disorders, physical and learning disabilities, mental, physical and sexual abuse, substance abuse and suicidal tendencies and who, because of their circumstances, suffer a significant degree of helplessness.We work with both Indigenous and non-Indigenous students to assist them to find their place in their world.
C4H Programs25 Engaged Schools1,900 Engaged Students
Wheels for Hope500 participants300 bikes refurbished300 skateboards gifted
One Voice Mob Choir40 participants10 performances
Volunteers302 contributing their time47,300 volunteer hours
Drop In5,000 toasties made1,500 smoothies drunk
Playgroup50 parents attending100 children attending400 Christmas presents distributed
Contact Inc. is an Australian organisation helping to address the impacts of isolation for children, families and communities. Operating for over three decades as a follow on program from the International Year of the Child, Contact Inc. serves the community by working across all child, family and children’s sectors, providing service delivery in ways that best fit local child and family need.
Raise creates thriving communities by empowering young people to become resilient, capable and connected. We impact the wellbeing of young people at risk of disengagement through best practice mentoring programs.
Having someone to listen, without judgement, is one of the best gifts we can give vulnerable young people. Over the last 12 years Raise has provided mentors to more than 6,300 young people. To do this we have also delivered industry leading youth mentoring training to almost 4,800 volunteers from the community.
Our programs are evidence-based, fully supervised, mentee-led mentoring programs for young Australians in high schools. Integral to the success of our programs are the duration (min 22 weeks), supervision by qualified counsellors and the detailed level of mentor training (12 hours Raise accredited).
Too often it’s the stuff that goes on outside of school, either at home or in social situations, that affects our young people’s ability and readiness to engage in learning. Raise volunteer mentors support each young person to navigate these challenging situations, by listening without judgement which enables our young people to feel heard, valued and supported.
Arthritis SA is a charitable organisation founded in 1975, whose aim is to improve the quality of life of the over 300 000 people in South Australia living with one of the over 100 conditions referred to as Arthritis.
Arthritis SA is a ‘for purpose’ organisation, directly supporting people with arthritis in the areas of medical assistance or health education and by funding research to find a cure or better treatment for the disease.
Please help us to do good.
The Get Growing Program is a mutual help early intervention program that responds to the needs of young people age 10-18 ( at school) or young adults 18-25 years. The program has built on the Grow’ 59 years of experience and success with peer group learning in prevention and recovery from mental illness. Young people are very influenced by their peers however most of the mental health programs for young people are either clinical or online. Get Growing is different.The program aims to develop skills in self-reflection, problem solving, and the development of personal responsibility and resilience, empowering youth with timeless and practical life-enhancing principles.The Program is structured as below:10 week course with session plansGroup facilitated by a trained Grow Field OfficerTarget age ranges 11-18 years oldUpper primary schoolMiddle schoolHigh schoolMaximum of 10 participantsOffered as part of school or similar structured learning program/environmentDelivered with partners
The following data regarding the prevalence of mental illness in young people is compelling and demonstrates the need for Grow initiatives aimed at early intervention and potential for prevention of mental illness for Young People:
• suicide is the leading cause of death for young people aged 15-24• 12% of 13-17 year olds reported having thought about suicide• 4.2% of 13-17 year olds made a suicide attempt• 50% of mental health conditions in adults emerge by age 14 with 75% emerged by age 24.• 25% of young Australians say they are unhappy with their lives• 25% of young people with mental health problems received professional health care.• 50% of young people with the most severe mental health problems receive professional help• The prevalence of mental illness is greatest among 18-24 year olds.
Do What You Can is a registered not-for-profit organisation that helps community become job ready, socially connected, professionally engaged and future positive!Do What You Can empowers participants from all walks of life through Simulated Workplace Environment Program in effort to help them achieve career longevity by learning, practicing and sharing their skills in a supportive environment, developing a sense of achievement and belonging.Our main strengths are: Employability Mentoring, Redundancy and Career Transition assistance, First Job Opportunity Mentoring.Do What You Can embraces diversity inclusion within its groups believes that employment changes people’s lives by promoting independence, self-esteem and social inclusion.
The premier Child Abuse Prevention and Early Intervention Service in Australia. We focus on the prevention aspects by working with families before children are born into the family. We provide caring supportive programs based on attachment and relationships to enhance peoples lives. Our evidenced based programs are proven and tested to work to change the life trajectory of children, to enhance the next generation of Australians to Thrive, not just survive.
We provide specific relationship based parenting programs, and protective behaviour programs that work with the whole of the child's safety network. Prevention is better than cure. We prevent childhood trauma.
Research demonstrates that reducing Adverse Childhood experiences , such as child abuse can reduce Drug and alcohol addiction, reduce suicide attempts, reduce mental illness and depressions (Teicher, 2016) By giving your valuable contribution we positively effect society into the future, by prevention abuse and reducing childhood trauma. Help us now. .
The Orange Pigeon is a unique and special organisation and a symbol of hope, care and compassion for adults 18 years and older who have life threatening or terminal illnesses by granting them a wish or providing them with a simple comfort in their lives, giving moments of happiness and distraction away from their illness to help lift their spirits. The only adult wish granting organisation of its type in Australia.
The Orange Pigeon strives to create unique and unforgettable wishes or comforts that are tailored to the needs of each recipient. We aim to meet and, wherever possible, exceed their expectations, making the experience truly special and memorable. Every wish or comfort aims to provide recipients and their loved ones with a break from the realities of their diagnosis and treatment. At a time of uncertainty, spending quality time with family and friends or doing something they have always dreamed of can help restore a sense of normality, boost confidence and create precious memories for the future.
The Orange Pigeon is a non-profit Incorporated Association and holds a DGR (Deductible Gift Recipient) endorsement with the Australian Taxation Department.
R U OK?'s vision is a world where we're all connected and are protected from suicide.
Our mission is to inspire and empower everyone to meaningfully connect with people around them and support anyone struggling with life.
Operating since 2006, Koya Aboriginal Corporation (Koya) is a 100% Aboriginal owned not-for-profit organisation. Guided and led by Aboriginal people and with a focus on engaging and retaining Aboriginal staff, the organisation’s mission is to ensure Aboriginal lives, heritage and identify are strong, empowered and thriving. We are an inclusive community group that welcomes other vulnerable children and families and we use our Kinship Care model to connect communities to each other. Underpinning Koya’s delivery of services and programs is the Pindi Pindi Centre of Research Excellence which, through research and evaluation based on the principles of sustainability, empowerment and cultural security, provides evidence to inform program development, implementation and delivery.
Here are some of our projects:
Kaat, Koort n Hoops (KKnH) - Link >Kaat, Koort n Hoops (Head, Heart and Hoops) is a sports and wellbeing program for children and young people.
Kinship Empowerment Program (KEP) - Link >Kinship Empowerment Program (KEP) operate various activities that include engagement and meetings with key stakeholders, visits to school, delivering workshops, community gatherings targeted at students in Years 4, 5 and 6.
Guthoo: We are One, Kalgoorlie Youth Project - Link >The untimely death of an Aboriginal young person in 2016 highlighted community concern for stronger engagement with youth, demonstrated by the high rate of youth antisocial behaviour occurring in the community.
Mooditj Relationships - Link >The Mooditj Relationships project will develop, pilot and evaluate a holistic, strengths-based, culturally safe and effective, resilience and relationships education program for Aboriginal young people aged 10-14 years.
See more at our projects page - Link >
Koya has a number of plans in place that are being execute short, mid and long term over a number of years, such as the Partnership Development Plan which is intended to provide a practical, realistic and achievable framework for the transition of Aboriginal community development to community thriving.
Koya has operated in the Swan region for ten years and has served all members of that community, Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal, in a variety of different ways. We believe in empowering people to achieve their goals by providing the tools and support to put their own ideas and initiatives in motion. Koya aims to create an innovative and sustainable community owned and controlled Aboriginal business that:
Habitat for humanity is a global non-profit organisation working in local communities across 70 countries. Since 1976, Habitat has helped more than 22 million people obtain safe decent housing, along with the strength, stability and independence to build better lives.
In Australia we partner with low income families in Vic, SA, NSW and QLD. We provide them with affordable, safe and adequate housing. We build on average 10 homes per year nationally and repair and restore crisis accommodation for vulnerable groups including women escaping domestic violence.
Our volunteer program allows individuals and community employees to participate in the building, restoring and repairing of these homes and accommodations.
Big Brothers Big Sisters help change the course of vulnerable young people's lives through safe and effective mentoring programs - To help build a resilient brighter future for individuals and the wider community.
For over 110 years internationally, and 40 years in Australia, Big Brothers Big Sisters has been Australia's largest youth mentoring organisation, strengthening communities and helping young people reach their potential.
By matching at risk young people with a volunteer mentor, we are providing long-term stable, positive guidance and friendship. Our quality mentoring programs have been proven to increase school retention and engagement, reduce the likelihood of substance abuse and the possibility of entering the justice system.
Your donation no matter how big or small, can make a BIG difference in the lives of many vulnerable young people facing adversity.
#iDREAMCulture and Purpose — Using yesterdays traditional knowledge to bridge todays divide, 'Creating Cultural Pathways' and bringing real change to peoples future through development of perpetual, intergeneration self sustaining system of self determination, pride, self -respect and empowering traditional cultural roles resulting in large scale indigenous employment, housing and financial independence.
Your passionate support by helping with one or more of our projects close to your heart will help our dream grow and help right a wrong that brings us to today.
All projects are assessed against our core focus areas of:I nvestmentH ealthE conomic DevelopmentL earningP reservation of culture
We have watched and observed the failure of some good meaning organisations over many years, all had similar problems...ego's, Not understanding of culture, Not sustainable, Not creating intergenerational change.
The Youth Development Foundation (YDF) is a not-for-profit youth organisation dedicated to assisting the disadvantaged, disengaged or “at-risk” young people within our community.The Youth Development Foundation assists young people with the following:• Job-ready programs/qualifications• Marketing to local employers• Housing/Accommodation• Work Experience• Family/parent support• Medical checks • Cultural Awareness programs• Food Hampers• Legal Advice/attend court• Mentoring & Support• Learner Licenses• & SO MUCH MORE!
YDF offers young people the opportunity to participate in a positive and fulfilling activity which in turn, gives them the opportunity to grow into contributing members of the community.
Join us on our mission to eradicate global poverty by supporting local people to solve their own problems, their own way.
We connect everyday Australians with grassroots projects around the world that address poverty. All projects are designed and delivered by local people to ensure culturally appropriate, sustainable and cost-effective solutions.
Your donation goes a long way to changing the life of another person, family or community around the world. Thank you for your contribution to making our world a more equal and just place to be!
Grapevine Group Association Inc is a locally-founded community group which raises funds and awareness for suicide prevention in the Mackay region. At present, Mackay has a high suicide rate but, with your support, we believe we can become the safest region from suicide in Australia.
Grapevine Group has operated since 2004, and is a registered charity. The group is operated by volunteers and relies entirely on community support for its fundraising which is put back into local suicide prevention programs and initiatives.
Whether it’s a small donation or a big one, your contribution will make an essential difference and go a long way to making Mackay safer from suicide.
Where do the funds go?• Providing safeTALK and ASIST suicide prevention training• Training courses to fund more LivingWorks safeTALK trainers• 1000s of printed Help-a-Mate cards listing local suicide prevention services• Awareness campaigns
Donations of $2 or more are tax deductible in Australia.
Have a question? We’re happy to help. Email your enquiry to: email@example.com
As part of the largest experiential learning program devoted to entrepreneurial action, Enactus Australia annually engages more than 600 students in 13+ universities, conducting on average over 30 projects in any year. In the 3 years from 2018 – 2020, students positively impacted the lives of over 1,200 people through their projects, many of which have now developed into self-sustaining social enterprises
We are focused on making a better world by training and empowering youth and showing them the power of business through these ideals:
Enactus trains students in a model that includes needs assessment, ideation, program design, implementation and impact measurement. University teams enter their projects in a National Competition, the winners of which compete in an Enactus World Cup held each year.We work with business partners, team advisors, volunteers and alumni to implement our program
The Kaden Centre delivers Exercise Oncology and Exercise as Medicine to people diagnosed with cancer or chronic disease. Individualised, targeted exercise programs are prescribed, delivered and supervised by physiotherapists and exercise physiologists. All programmes are grounded in medical evidence.
The Kaden Centre is a friendly, safe environment, helping people on their journey to wellness and a quality life. The lounge and kitchen area is a place to relax, chat with fellow Kaden's (fighters/warriors), read a book from our library or just enjoy a cuppa. Bring a friend or family member and get them involved.
Exercise oncology can improve survivorship and decrease recurrence by up to 50%.
The Youth Development Foundation is a not-for-profit youth organisation dedicated to assisting the young people within our region improve the circumstances of their lives through engagement with positive activities, free training, confidence & motivation building, free job-ready programs, crisis accommodation, work experience & more.
YDF is widely known and supported from our local community, however we would like to expand our horizons through the use of social media, local advertising, online campaigns and more.
The Youth Development Foundation are ready to help young people who are doing life a bit tough.We are committed to ensuring our young people have the right support. We provide a short and/or long term helping hand to help our young people turn their lives around. The Youth Development Foundation is a space where our young adults will feel safe and will find the right support to help focus on improving their life skills and knowledge.
We provide a structured community inclusive program incorporating social skills, customised training, mentoring/coaching, youth support and vocational education to support identified “at risk” young people, regain a sense of their own self-worth, respect and improve lives.
We offer a realistic work experience environment, where real skills and knowledge, on a live operating site, are learnt. We provide opportunities for marketing our young people to real employers, with real employment opportunities.At Youth Development Foundation we assist with:• Nationally accredited training• Crisis accommodation• Drug and alcohol support• Advocacy support• Life and social skills• Employability skills• Work placement• Mentoring and coaching• Drop in centre
YDF has served 1587 young people & counting across the region since Sep 2014, all of whom were deemed ‘at risk’ or have ‘major barriers to employment’. With a network of 63 local employers and mentors it has supported disadvantaged young people:• 649 attain work• 293 be placed directly into YDF’s employer network• 817 access advocacy and medical services• 194 into further study or return to schoolOther data shows:• 448 were female participants• 255 were Indigenous participants(Statistics are from July 2017)
Overall engagement is 95% of which 96% successfully improve their overall circumstances.Participants are recruited through the networks YDF has established with government and non-government agencies in the area who also connected with disadvantaged youth. Connections have also been made with other organisations that deliver other projects and referral is made to these when appropriate.We work with various government agencies to ensure our young people are aware of the right services and assist them to access these services at the right times. Some of the agencies we work with include:• Department of Child Safety• Project Booyah – Queensland Police Service• Department of Corrective Services• Department of Justice and Attorney-General• Job Active Providers• Community Welfare Groups
If you would like any further information, please contact us per below:
07 3463 firstname.lastname@example.org
ReachOut is Australia’s leading digital mental health organisation for young people and their parents. Our practical support, tools and tips help young people get through anything from everyday issues to tough times – and the information we offer parents makes it easier for them to help their teenagers, too.
Since we launched the world’s first online mental health service nearly 20 years ago, we’ve been changing the way people access help. The information we provide, and the tools we create or recommend are evidence-based and designed with experts, and young people or their parents. It's why our digital self-help tools are trusted, relevant and easy to use.
Available for free anytime and pretty much anywhere, ReachOut is accessed by 132,000 people in Australia every month, meaning we help more than 1.58 million each year.
4eyes Foundation aims to improve vision and thus educational and economic potential, and psychosocial wellbeing of the one billion people worldwide who are visually impaired simply because they lack access to affordable glasses.
Most of these people live in remote and developing communities, and can't get glasses because there are no professionals to test their eyes, they are geographically isolated, and/or they can't afford glasses.
The 4eyes Vision Kit was invented by Dr Sarah Crowe, a Sydney-based ophthalmologist, to address this pressing need. It is a transportable kit which contains everything a layperson needs to test for and dispense customised, affordable glasses on the spot.
Pilot projects have been undertaken in Papua New Guinea with great success. New projects are currently underway in indigenous Australian communities and Timor Leste. With funding, the 4eyes Vision Kit can be introduced far and wide to communities in need. Any support you can give would be so greatly appreciated.
ADHD Foundation in Australia is a not-for-profit registered charity and we are here to help “because EVERYONE deserves a chance to shine" in their own UNIQUE way.
ADHD Foundation has been established in Australia as a national body which aims to support and represent all people with ADHD and those affected by ADHD Australia-wide. As one of many ongoing projects, this website aims to forge links with individuals, community groups, and online groups which support consumers with ADHD. Our work involves working within government legislation and regulations to bring attention to the needs of people with ADHD and contribute to delivering information to support change. You will find us at www.adhdfoundation.org.au or connect on through to our social media pages.
Our work includes the implementation of formal and inclusive avenues where people with ADHD can have their say in order to assist change in future legislation that will filter across the avenues of life for people navigating life with ADHD.
ADHD Foundation works with associated organisations across Australia who share common goals to strengthen our national network in support of people with ADHD and associated conditions. Our work is both project-based and ongoing. We provide support to our community through our support line and work with project-focused work to bring about facts and accuracy of the information available to the ADHD community.
Suicide Prevention Australia (SPA) is the national leadership organisation for the suicide prevention sector in Australia.We work with our Members, governments, businesses and the wider community to meaningfully reduce the number of deaths by suicide that take place in this country. Our vision is a world without suicide.
Nova for Women and Children are a specialist homelessness service in the Newcastle and Lake Macquarie areas of NSW.
Nova assists women (with or without children) that may be experiencing or at risk of homelessness, or escaping domestic and family violence with temporary crisis accommodation, case management support and to maintain safe accommodation or to remain safely in their home.
Each day, Nova accommodates up to 80 women and children across 4 refuge sites - with most nights being at full capacity.
Over a year, that equates to providing over 27,700 nights accommodation for vulnerable women and children that may otherwise have simply no where else to remain safe.
Good Return provides people living in poverty with access to responsible microfinance and skills development opportunities. This enables them to develop the confidence, knowledge, and capability to break the cycle of poverty for good.
Good Return is an initiative of World Education Australia, an international development agency accredited by Australian Aid and a member of ACFID. We work in our Asia Pacific neighbouring countries, where two-thirds of the world’s poor live.
Together we can achieve a world without poverty.
The Hornsby Ku-ring-gai Women’s Shelter was officially launched in December 2014 and opened its doors to clients in February 2015. It has since been at capacity supporting 10 women at any given time. The campaign to open this shelter could not have been successful without the support of Women’s Community Shelters, with which we maintain close ties, and many other community organisations and donors.
The Shelter aims to provide temporary supported accommodation for women in times crisis such as homelessness and /or domestic violence. We provide a safe, non-threatening environment for women that will assist them through their emotional and physical crisis.
Our professional case managers assist with:
The HKWS takes a client centred approach to collaborative case management. The maximum stay is 3 months.
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100WORDS mate to mate's vision is to create a national network of active local communities to improve men's mental health and reduce male suicides. Our mission is to create happier generations of men through real conversations and connection to local communities.
The Equanimity Project® is an Australian-first project that has developed an innovative solution to effectively reduce two core national issues: domestic abuse and homelessness.
We rely on a ground-up approach, through harnessing and working with local communities, services and jurisdictions. We’re about servicing society and building a legacy that will be present in every community in Australia.
Visit our website or get in touch to learn more or get involved.
Present Amsterdam builds bridges between those who are willing to share some of their time and talents and those in need of a helping hand. As an intermediary in volunteering, we give people the chance to make a difference in their local community and help those facing poverty, poor health or social isolation.As we are trying to make volunteering more enjoyable for you and your experience more rewarding, we asked Present to organize a number of new activities. They are very much acquainted with volunteering groups and with that the focus is on accommodating the preferences of our volunteers.