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Supporters see first hand how their generosity changes young lives.

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Warm, sunny weather welcomed the visitors to the Spring lunch - the last for this year. After morning tea and an informative presentation from Program Manager, Gabriella, more than 40 people toured the property, asked questions of the staff, chatted to the young people and discovered how their support is making such a difference.

Three students volunteered to lead the tours and spoke proudly about their own accomplishments and plans for the future. They were engaging and enthusiastic while talking about the aspects of the program they had connected with.

One student had travelled all the way from Tasmania to take part in this special youth rehab program. He proudly shared with us that he only had two weeks left of the program to go. Another student spoke about his love for the music program that is available for young people to take part in during recovery. Although he didn't think he had any musical ability, staff member, Scott, helped him to believe that he could engage in the program. It has helped him through his recovery process.

Arlene, a staff member at Triple Care Farm, cooked a wonderful country lunch, which was much appreciated by all the guests. We can’t thank Gabriella and the staff at the farm enough for making all our supporters feel so welcome. For many it was their first look at the program - everyone was impressed and came away re-energised by the young people and the work they do, to turn their lives around.

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