The Nagle Centre for Youth was officially established in 1997, to answer a significant need for families and children in the Campbelltown area. Our aim is to provide support, empower families and offer opportunities for children aged 6-12 years, who experience chronic disadvantage and a range of vulnerabilities by providing free children's camps that are held at the Berry Sport and Recreation Centre. These camps help to increase socialisation skills, offer positive time out, encourage healthy lifestyle,
... Read more
reduce isolation and build resilience.
Each camp consists of a maximum of 12 children and up to 8 volunteer leaders thus allowing us to offer children one to one support. Some of the children who attend our camps come with specific diagnosis such as Autism, ADHD, Oppositional Defiance Disorder and in many cases have or are still experiencing trauma.
Other key components or our program include:
Mentor Scheme - that uses the skills of around 50 volunteers per year who become mentors ...