A Note from our COO
I’m thrilled to share some heartwarming updates with you from Term 3. Our recent R U OK day youth event at a local high school had a profound impact, providing solace and connection for many students. One student expressed, “She made me feel like I mattered,” highlighting the positive influence of our volunteers. Our Shine and Strength programs continue to inspire vulnerable students, as shown by a parent’s heartfelt gratitude. Positive feedback from our partners has reinforced the value of our initiatives, leading to the expansion of our Safe Space programs and successful collaborations. During Term 3, we achieved significant milestones, launching new Safe Space programs, providing Emergency Food Relief packs, and expanding our outreach in challenging areas. As we head into Term 4, our team is enthusiastic about finishing the year strong. We’re also excited about our upcoming Kilo of Christmas campaign, aimed at restoring dignity and hope during the holiday season. Your ongoing support empowers us to create these meaningful experiences and make a lasting difference in the lives of the youth, women, children, and families we serve. Thank you for your generosity and for being an integral part of realizing our mission of ‘Building Hope With Vulnerable Communities’.
Thank you for your ongoing generosity.
– Jono Denton, CityCare Chief Operations Officer