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Australian Kookaburra Kids Foundation

We provide programs to young people  8-18 years experiencing family mental illness with the aim of empowering them to build resilience, lifelong knowledge and connections, so they can reach their potential.

 

We provide evidence-based, age appropriate prevention and early intervention mental health services, embedded within a peer-based social and activity based format. Children attend camps,  fun activity days and online Connect chat sessions featuring mental health education. 

 

 

 

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Sammy D Foundation

The Sammy D Foundation educates young people on the impacts of bullying, and drug and alcohol fuelled violence. By providing relevant age-appropriate knowledge and tools, young people are empowered to make positive life decisions for a better community.

The Sammy D Foundation’s Mentoring Program provides one to one support for a young person who may be experiencing some level of disadvantage, social isolation or needs a positive role model. The young people are aged between 7-17 years and living in the Adelaide Hills, Mount Barker, Murray Bridge, and surrounding suburbs.

 

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The Stirling Players Inc

Come and join us at The Stirling Players

Getting involved with a theatre group is unlike almost any other volunteering role.  For a start, there are no specific age, gender or skills requirements, and there’s a wide range of activities to get involved in.

What’s more you can devote a little time or a lot of time as your life allows.

Interested?

We would love to hear from you

 

Variety of Volunteer Roles available

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