Changing lives

Established in 1989, we’re a not-for-profit organisation in north-east Victoria that supports people who are disadvantaged through poverty, homelessness, family breakdown, social isolation, family violence, mental ill health and drug and alcohol addiction. Our work is supported by the Victorian Government. We are a registered charity and donations to support our work are tax deductible.

Make a difference in the community

Support us to help children who have been traumatised, young people who face disadvantage and families and adults who are experiencing or at risk of homelessness.

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Employer of Choice in the 2017 Albury Wodonga Business Awards, we’re a not-for-profit organisation that makes a difference in the community.

DO YOU NEED HELP?

DO YOU HAVE SOMEWHERE SAFE TO SLEEP TONIGHT?

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HELPFUL CONNECTIONS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE

Our mission

We work with individuals and families to support them to achieve their full potential.Our vision is for communities without disadvantage
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We’ve supported more than 3000 people in need over the past two years

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Each year, our staff counsel more than 180 children who have experienced family violence and other traumas

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Since 2010 our L2P program has provided more than 8000 hours on-the-road experience for young Learner drivers

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About 60 per cent of our clients are young people

SUPPORT OUR CAUSES

HELP YOUNG MUMS AND BABIES IN NEED

Help us house young mothers who have been homeless, at risk of homelessness or are in need and support them to create better lives for their babies.

Goal: $1000
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BUY A BBQ FOR YOUNG PEOPLE IN CARE

Help us buy a BBQ and provide a better backyard for young people who cannot live with their natural families and live in out of home care.

Goal: $1000
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SUPPORT PROGRAMS THAT CHANGE LIVES

Give a helping hand to more than 20 programs that support families and individuals to achieve their full potential and help to reduce disadvantage.

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LATEST NEWS

12 Dec

Community Walk Against Family Violence

More than 150 people took part in the inaugural Wodonga Community Walk Against Family Violence that was held as part of ...

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17 Nov

Wodonga Community Walk Against Family Violence Wednesday 6 December 2017

We’re proud to be part of the City of Wodonga’s 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-based Violence. We’re joining the Department ...

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