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We have helped and supported;

  • Almost 17000 Queenslanders have received literacy and numeracy training since 2010
  • One thousand five hundred (1500) young Indigenous Australians have been assisted with accommodation and mentoring while undertaking vocational and tertiary training since 2009.
  • More than 1450 Queenslanders have been assisted into their own small business since 2005
  • Over 30 community construction projects have been undertaken to assist over 360 Queenslanders gain skills and find work.
  • In the past 10 years over 200 disadvantaged Queenslanders have gained skills in the marine industry by being involved in constructing a 10metre bay cruiser and numerous small craft.
  • More than 500 ex offenders have been provided with help in gaining accommodation and employment upon release from the corrections system
  • 750 Queenslanders have completed vocational training in aged care and community service.
  • More than 1500 young people have been assisted though our involvement in the Youth Justice ┬áprogram
  • We have helped 216 newly arrived young people stabilise their living situation and improve their level of engagement with family, work, education, training and their local community.
  • More than 1500 members from 24 community groups are supported on Russell, Macleay, Lamb and Karragarra Islands.
  • Over 30 community construction projects have been undertaken to assist over 360 Queenslanders gain skills and find work.
  • We currently assist 13 groups with grants