COMMUNITY OUTREACH PROGRAMS

March 13, 2015

 

Opportunities for Young People!

 

This Life Foundation invites young people from African background to register for the mentorship opportunities available with us.

 

Following months of consultations with young people from African background and their families, we have created opportunities to provide support to young people dealing with social challenges and lacking moral support and the guidance they need in our communities and the larger Australian society. Our findings shows that, a number of young people from African background struggle to fit in Australian society due to discrimination, lack of moral support, lack of information and inaccessible to services. It also shows a struggle with career choice and the general lack of motivation due to setbacks experienced as a result of discrimination and a feeling of lack of belongingness.

 

We have the opportunity to provide mentoring services to young people from African backgrounds. Our

Mentorship programs has been designed to ensure our clients have a one-0n-one support from their assigned mentos. Our mentors comprises of Volunteers with high level of skills and experiences in different fields. This is to ensure that every young people we work with is matched with the right person with the right skills and experience.

 

We therefore invite application from young, please take advantage of this services by contacting us on email: info@thislifefoundation.org

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Volunteers Opportunity!

 

We have volunteer opportunities for people who wants to make a difference in the lives of young people. Before you apply, make sure you have the skills and experience required and that you have up to 4 hours a week to spare.

 

 

 

 

 

To know more about the program and if you have the skills and experience required, please contact us on: info@thislifefoundation.org and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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International Women`s Day Celebration - NewCastle

 Left to Right: Jan Pryor (The Didi Foundation), Olivia Kalule & Mercy Akongo (This Life Foundation) & Gloria Buttsworth (Days For Girls)

 

This Life Foundation participated in the Central Coast International Women`s Day Expo Seminar on the 7th March, held at the University of NewCastle, Ourimbah Campus. Our Director, Mercy Akongo was one of the speakers at this event which brought together many organizations working with women in development

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ENGLISH CLASSES

 

 

Improve your English!!  

 

Classes: Beginners – Intermediate - Advanced  Days: Every Tuesday   Time: 9:30 - 11:30am

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PLAYTIME CAFE!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Come, meet & Chat with new friends, enjoy morning tea & fun for the kids!

 

 

    

 

 

Day: Every Wednesday       

Time:  9:30 – 11am   

Venue:   St Pauls Church 33 Church Street, Canterbury   

Contact: Jonathan      

Phone: 0466352611

 

 

All Welcome!!

 

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Thank you for reading and sharing!

 

Mercy Akongo

 

33 Church Street,

Canterbury NSW 2193

Email: info@thislifefoundation.org

www.thislifefoundation.org

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This Life Foundation is a non-governmental body founded to support young African-Australians who lack role models in their lives and those dealing with social problems that is affecting their personal development, growth and contribution to the development of Africa and Australia. We also support child-headed families in Uganda specifically those affected by the civil war in Northern Uganda and families affected by HIV/IADS through mentorship, Family sponsorship, psychosocial support, and public advocacy.

 

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