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Young people have an important role to play in breaking cycles of violence. By challenging the sexist attitudes and behaviours of young people, and promoting respectful relationships, we can stop the violence before it starts. Community Northern Beaches staff; Jan Schatz, Anona Le Page, Daniel Peterson and Tina Hicks, all facilitated the ‘Love Bites’ Respectful Relationship Program to the year 10 Cohort (150 students) at The Forest High School last month with 7 other facilitators from local service providers.
Over $25,000 was raised by the Forest Rugby Club in a show of amazing community support. Read more about this amazing club who continue to support local charities….
Thanks to a grant from FACS with a top up from the Refugee Initiative Northern Beaches we were able to purchase this new car to replace very old one for our volunteer driving instructors and students that are part of our immigrant driving programme
We dropped in to say hello to Condell Financial in Manly this week, a financial planning business who generously donated $1000 towards support for our clients over the Christmas period. We really appreciate people such as Sean and Andrew Condell, who see that help is needed locally where we live and work.
In January, Community Northern Beaches played host for two weeks of filming for a new Australian movie drama to be titled “Unsound”.
Suzanne has a beautiful house, gorgeous children going to the right schools, paid for by the charming husband who everyone likes. Their marriage is the envy of all their friends. The publicly attentive and loving husband. However, behind closed doors it is a different story….