• Veterans Young Offenders Mentoring Program

    Mentoring helps to achieve goals and improve the connection with family, friends, school and community and increases employment opportunities and a greater feeling of connection and belonging. Funded by the NSW Department of Justice, the program is seeking Veterans and Community Mentors to work with young males and females aged 10 – 21. The program ...

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  • Become a Mentor for the Veterans Young Offender Mentoring Program

    SHINE for Kids is recruiting volunteers for a new youth mentoring program. Funded by the NSW Department of Justice, the program is seeking veterans aged 24 years or older as mentors. The program will run in Metro Sydney, Western Sydney.

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  • Community Mentoring Program

    Community Mentoring Program

    Mentors are volunteers who enjoy activities or outings with a child or young person on a regular basis, developing a trusting personal bond that creates a safe space for the mentee. The stable adult role model helps them imagine a life beyond the challenges they face.

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  • ‘Stand As One’

    'Stand as One'

    ‘Stand as One’ offers young people in the juvenile justice system a supportive, caring and non-judgmental relationship with a caring adult. The mentoring relationship assists them through their transitional period and to promote attitudinal change within the mentee to reduce the chance of reoffending.

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