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    We offer three weeks free, for you and your girl to trial Girl Guides. Girl Guides Australia is one of the largest organisations in Australia for girls and young women. It provides leadership and personal skills development to its 30,000 members, including 22,000 youth members. Girl Guides Australia is one of the 26 founder member countries of the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts, founded in 1928. With ten million Girl Guides and Girl Scouts from 145 countries across the world, the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts is the largest voluntary movement dedicated to girls and young women in the world. The World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts supports girls and young women to develop their full potential as responsible citizens of the world by focusing on leadership development and active citizenship. This is delivered through innovative global education and community and advocacy programmes. We deliver a well-established, unique values-based approach to non-formal learning that is international and intergenerational. Girls and young women develop life skills through self-development, challenge and adventure. The World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts owns and operates Four World Centres located in England, Switzerland, Mexico and India. Girl Guides and Girl Scouts visit to participate in events, trainings, conferences and often return many times for a unique international experience. Girl Guides Australia has its own Friends of the World Centres group, which you can join. See here for more info on membership and fees. You will receive four newsletters per year, filled with the latest news from the World Centres, as well as program and fundraising ideas. Your financial contribution is also helping the World Centres to provide life changing international experiences to everyone who visits.

    Our organisation is the home of the Irish Gaelic Football and Hurling in Queensland. Established in 1982, it originated as a monthly informal ‘kick-about’ for mostly Irish ex-pats, who were missing the camradrie and familiarity of their national sport. Today, the organisation is one of the largest Gaelic Football bodies in Australia, catering for over 600 people on an annual basis. The organisation provides a vital service to both the Irish, Australian and wider community, between providing the... Read more

    First 2 Lessons FREE for ALL NEW Members

    Ballina Physie offers 2 FREE lessons for all new members as trail lessons. We also accept Active Kids and Creative Kids Vouchers, that is a $300 towards lessons Looking forward in hearing from you! Please send us your details and we look forward to replying ASAP

    Simply, the Foundation aims to improve the lives of children with ASD. Through our own experiences and through talking to other parents with children who have been diagnosed with ASD, we decided the best way to support these kids was through early intervention education and community awareness and education. Each year, the Foundation holds various events, including our annual ‘Fitness for Autism’, to promote understanding of ASD in the community. We also hold workshops and seminars to help educate... Read more

    Introductory offer

    New members may attend the first three section night meetings for free! Call our group leader Chris and come down to the hall to join in the fun.

    The Better Health Program At various locations around Perth A FREE fun program for kids to become fitter, healthier and happier Do you have children 7 to 13 years old? Are you worried about their weight? The Better Health Program runs for 10 weeks during the school term and thanks to funding from the WA Department of Health is completely FREE for eligible children and their parents. Sessions are run twice a week for two hours after school and include physical activity, games, activities,... Read more

    Home visits

    Validity: from 10 Feb 2020 to 01 Jul 2020

    Services that may be included in your program Autism Support Strategies Sensory services, positive behaviour support, communication, using technology, eating and drinking safely, social development Mental Health Support Alleviating mental or emotional illness, symptoms, conditions or disorders, including depression, anxiety, self-harm, domestic violence, anger, thoughts of suicide, stress, substance abuse and addictions Individual Coaching Identifying and overcoming emotional issues, or improving personal processes on a one to one basis Couple Coaching Identifing and overcoming challenges couples face, including goals as a couple, clarity about the relationship, underlying cause of fighting, violence/agression, misuderstandings, and more… Family Coaching Navigate difficult situations and changes in family life that families struggle to handle themselves. This includes relationship issues between parents and children, or managing work/life balance for a more rewarding family and home life Parental Skills Teaching parents the process of promoting and supporting the physical, emotional, social, and intellectual development of a child Speech Development Speaking clearly, voice tone, comprehending the names of objects, understanding verbs, understanding concepts and simple questions Social Skills/Etiquette Get along with others, make friends, develop healthy relationships, protect themselves, and in general, be able to interact with the society harmoniously using. ‘Good’ manners. Life Skills Communication, interpersonal Skills, decision making, problem solving, self awareness, empathy, assertiveness, confidence, learning… Home visits included!

    Hoofprints Of Change is a fun, unique, world-renowned learner based educational experience where horses are the teachers! Our programs emphasize the BuildingBlocks™ curriculum developed to encourage self-confidence and awareness through validated hands-on experiences. Participants engage in objectively driven exercises and find themselves learning valuable life skills in a fun and exciting atmosphere while working with horses. The horses provide our certified facilitators with a window into the... Read more

    Empathy. Empowerment. Growth. Connection. These are the values that lie at the heart of Feel the Magic, our not-for-profit organisation that supports children and young adults who are grieving the loss of a parent, sibling or legal guardian. Our goal is to help our participants develop healthy strategies so that they can reach their full potential. Camp Magic, our three-day initiative run by trained volunteers, is Australia’s leading grief education and support program for children aged 7-17 years.... Read more

    The YMCA community services team believe in the power of inspired young people. We’re focused on making a positive impact on the physical, mental and social wellbeing of young people and making their voices heard. We run important community programs across NSW and the ACT. Our programs use a youth empowerment and outcomes framework and are informed by young people and research. YMCA NSW Youth Programs aim to empower young people in various areas of their lives. We focus on physical and mental... Read more

    The Legion of Frontiesmen, Australia Command Inc., is also known as Legion Cadets and is an independent cadet unit which caters for children aged 9 to 18. We offer Discipline with Fun Activities include: Search & Rescue Techniques Radio Communications Navigation Survival Skills Anzac Eve Youth Vigil/ Remembrance Day Services Community Activities Drill Rifle Drill Day Bivouacs First Aid Bush Craft Camps Hygiene Nutrition We currently have 4 locations in Adelaide: Fort Nyangao... Read more

    Lifestart, a not for profit organisation and registered charity, provides early childhood intervention and school age years programs and supports to children and young people living with disability or developmental delay. Lifestart uses a family/ person centred approach to meeting the priorities and needs of children and young people, their families and carers. It is based on the concept of partnership with children and young people, their families and carers, to assist and empower them to participate... Read more

    The Hastings Early Intervention Program is a special education program available to families who reside in the Port Macquarie-Hastings Local Government area that have a child between birth and school entry, that may be showing a significant delay in two or more areas of their development, or have a diagnosed disability. The Program offers families with regular support through baby/toddler groups, home visits, Early Childhood Centre consultations, transition to school support, assessments, speech... Read more

    Our Scout Group caters for youth aged 6 -15 in our three sections: Joeys (Thurs 6:00-6:55pm), Cubs (Wed 6:30-8:00pm), and Scouts (Thu 7:15-9:15pm). We also have the hall available for hire. Read more

    Pottery classes Saturdays and Mondays 10am to 12noon. All ages welcome. Acrylic Painting classes Saturdays 1pm to 3pm. Most suitable for Children. Cost $20 tuition plus $5 2kg clay or canvas & paint. Tutor Helen Jackson BA Dip Ed. Swan Bay Gallery is open to the public from 9am to 4pm weekends. Relax, learn and create your own pottery, sculptures and paintings. Read more

    Big Yellow Umbrella (formerly Camden Community Connections) is a not-for-profit community organisation with no religious or political affiliations that has provided services to the Macarthur region for over 31 years. Big Yellow Umbrella is committed to building strong, inclusive and cohesive communities where people of all ages and backgrounds are supported to connect to local services, community activities and each other. Our local knowledge and experience, skilled and professional staff, commitment... Read more

    Heathmont Parent-Child Playgroup is a casual, parent run and Playgroup Victoria affiliated playgroup offering indoor and outdoor play equipment, toys and craft for children aged 0 to 5. We have several groups running on various days of the week, mornings and afternoons. We are also the perfect place for mothers’ groups to meet in a safe, welcoming space. New families and mothers’ groups welcome. Read more

    Girl Guides meet near you! Laughter, learning, friendship and fun… come and discover at Guiding what’s done! Girl Guides Australia is part of a world-wide voluntary organisation which promotes and encourages the development of girls and women. We meet at Mosman Guide Hall Parrawi Park, Upper Spit Road during school term time for fun and challenging activities. Mosman Junior Guide Unit (For girls 6-10 years old) - Wednesdays 6.00-7.30pm Mosman Guide Unit (For girls 10–14 years old) - Mondays... Read more

    Bornhoffen is PCYC’s (Police-Citizens Youth Clubs) Leadership Development Centre. We are a not for profit, community organisation and social enterprise located at Natural Bridge in the spectacular Gold Coast hinterland. Our purpose is to inspire young people to be self aware, to build their social skills and to contribute positively to their community. We work in partnership with schools and community organisations to deliver leadership development programs at Bornhoffen or any place in Queensland.... Read more

    Power House Junior Rugby Union Club is a great pathway for our young people to learn and put into practice important attributes, skills and attitudes to take into all their life Experiences. Since 1933 Power House the club has helped pave the way for many great leaders and role models on and off the rugby field. We keep our registration fees for our volunteer-run club low, so that everyone has the opportunity to play this great sport. Our experienced and dedicated coaches provide a great and safe... Read more

    Prepared for Adventure Since 1983! A Chartered Formation of Scouts Queensland 2012 to 2016. Scouting Aims: The Aim of Scouting is to encourage the physical, intellectual, social, spiritual and emotional development of young people so that they take a constructive place in society as responsible citizens, and as members of their local, national and international communities. Ashmore Scout Group caters for the following sections: Joey Scouts - 6 and 7 years Cub Scouts - 8 to 10 years Scouts... Read more

    Providing Free English Classes, Kids Club and Playgroup Read more

    Community Youth Support Services

    Frankston Toy Library is an invaluable not-for-profit organisation that has been assisting families in Frankston and the surrounding area since 1977. We provide families, community groups and organisations that work with children with a host of quality toys, educational aids, games and equipment for all developmental stages of childhood and the primary school years. We are also one of the largest providers of sensory play toys and special development aids. With over 12000 items to choose from... Read more

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