Thank you to the generous staff and families at Yarrunga Early Learning Centre in Albury for your donations to Junction Support Services. As part of a project about sustainability and
Thank you to everyone who visited our stall at the Wodonga Children’s Fair on 27 October. We had such a great time that we’ll be back next year! In honour
We’re celebrating 30 years of our work in the community and all the children of Wodonga are invited to celebrate with us at our stall the Wodonga Children’s Fair on
Thank you Bunnings Wodonga for generously donating $500 worth of products to our Young Mum's Unit. We’ll be able to make the Young Mum's Unit more homely thanks to the
Pictured: Indie School teacher Ria, Tahlia, from Junction Support Services, students Libbity and Amelija and Carevan CEO Stacey Indie School students have been busy sewing and creating for local adults
Did you know that every night an estimated 28,000 young Australians between 12-25 are homeless?
[gallery columns="2" size="large" ids="1963,1965,1950,1952"] Everyone at Junction Support Services was excited to distribute Share the Dignity donations.
Thanks to everyone who visited us at Wodonga Children’s Fair on Sunday 29 October. We had such a great time that we’ll be
[caption id="attachment_1556" align="alignnone" width="800"] Our staff dressed as tigers, leopards, unicorns, rabbits and in PJs to raise money for our children's programs.[/caption] Our staff like to have a
[caption id="attachment_1509" align="alignnone" width="800"] Esther and Sarah (back), from Southern Rise Children’s Centre, deliver donated Christmas presents to Junction’s Kristin, Diana and Lauren (front).[/caption] Thank you to