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Accepting the things you cannot change

Accepting the things you cannot change

Stuart was both abused and neglected by his parents for as long as he could remember. At 16 he couldn’t bear it any longer, so he left home to live on the streets with his dog, Boris. He begged for money and would scrape by each day with just enough to keep him and his dog from starving.

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Investa Abseil for Youth 2015

Investa Abseil for Youth 2015

15 - 17, October 2015 - Rise to the challenge! Face your fears! And abseil down a 33-storey skyscraper to raise funds for young people who need it most. 

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Sir David Martin Fdn
Coming soon to a skyscraper near you! The Investa #AbseilForYouth in support of SDMF is back this Oct! Sign up now! https://t.co/79AyO7SyVV
My word! What a tough event!  As 32 of us gathered in Centennial Park, having all raised money, the variety of experience and fitness levels w...
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Accepting the things you cannot change

Accepting the things you cannot change

Stuart was both abused and neglected by his parents for as long as he could remember. At 16 he couldn’t bear it any longer, so he left home to live on the streets with his dog, Boris. He begged for money and would scrape by each day with just enough to keep him and his dog from starving.

READ MORE

Upcoming Events

Investa Abseil for Youth 2015

Investa Abseil for Youth 2015

15 - 17, October 2015 - Rise to the challenge! Face your fears! And abseil down a 33-storey skyscraper to raise funds for young people who need it most. 

READ MORE
Sir David Martin Fdn
Coming soon to a skyscraper near you! The Investa #AbseilForYouth in support of SDMF is back this Oct! Sign up now! https://t.co/79AyO7SyVV
My word! What a tough event!  As 32 of us gathered in Centennial Park, having all raised money, the variety of experience and fitness levels w...
READ MORE

facebook-big

Accepting the things you cannot change

Accepting the things you cannot change

Stuart was both abused and neglected by his parents for as long as he could remember. At 16 he couldn’t bear it any longer, so he left home to live on the streets with his dog, Boris. He begged for money and would scrape by each day with just enough to keep him and his dog from starving.

READ MORE
Investa Abseil for Youth 2015

Investa Abseil for Youth 2015

15 - 17, October 2015 - Rise to the challenge! Face your fears! And abseil down a 33-storey skyscraper to raise funds for young people who need it most. 

READ MORE
Sir David Martin Fdn
Coming soon to a skyscraper near you! The Investa #AbseilForYouth in support of SDMF is back this Oct! Sign up now! https://t.co/79AyO7SyVV
My word! What a tough event!  As 32 of us gathered in Centennial Park, having all raised money, the variety of experience and fitness levels w...
READ MORE

One in 3 homeless young people say they are homeless because they are unable to afford housing costs or find work...

Homeless youth are much more likely to have alcohol and drug problems, mental illness and trouble with the law...

33% of youth aged 16 and 17 years have tried at least one type of illegal substance including; cannabis, hallucinogens, amphetamines, ecstasy, opiates or cocaine...

Over 100,000 Australians are homeless on any given night, of which at least 44,000 are aged 12 to 25...