Students at Triple Care Farm are given the opportunity to take part in the horticulture & living skills program during their drug and alcohol rehabilitation. Thank you for supporting a holistic program that is youth appropriate - giving young people the chance to make sustained changes in their lives. More at www.sdmf.org.au
It’s #MatchMonday and we’d like to introduce Big Sister, Amanda, and Little Sister, Kaleigha. Amanda and Kaleigha are participants in our Community-Based Program. Amanda is a 27 year-old single female who is fairly new to the Jacksonville area. She spends her leisure time attending local events and music festivals, at the beach, playing soccer and cross stitching. When asked why she wants to become a Big Sister, Amanda hopes to expose a child to new things, like science and math, and let them know they can be whatever they want to be! Kaleigha is 10 years old who enjoys going to the beach and pool, swimming, singing, and being active. She looks forward to spending time with her Big Sister. We look forward to seeing Kaleigha develop with the help of her Big Sister, Amanda.
The Bowl for Big Brothers Classic is officially launched! Our theme this year is SPACE so we're looking for some star bowlers to come out and help us support kids in our local community! Join us in April 2018! You can get a head start on registering your team on our newly launched website. Head to bowlforbigbrothers.com
Homelessness is a major barrier for youth trying to go to school and work and live life, and it’s not that easy to spot. But if youth receive caring, holistic, and relevant support, they can soar. Eva’s is here for them, offering #safeshelter they need today and the educational support, employment training, community connection, and life skill building they need to thrive tomorrow. Let’s believe in youth and help them move from hidden homelessness to bright futures! Learn more and give now: www.evas.ca/donate