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  • Writer's pictureKay Savage

Collaboration Benefits Disadvantaged Youth

Nearly $500,000 will support eight new and ten existing projects to engage and empower vulnerable youth aged 12 to 14 in a flexible learning environment.



“...the Collaborative Community Projects are expected to have a positive impact on the youth and families in the Moreton Bay area .

An initiative to support vulnerable youth in Moreton Bay has been funded by the Collaborative Community Projects program with grants to eight Baptist churches, including Rivers Baptist Church in Lawnton, which will partner with Education Queensland and the Queensland Police Service to support the Rivers Youth Versatile Education and Training School.

Nearly $500,000 will support eight new and ten existing projects to engage and empower vulnerable youth aged 12 to 14 in a flexible learning environment.

Brett Maunder, from Queensland Baptists outreach Carinity, said the Collaborative Community Projects are expected to have a positive impact on the youth and families in the Moreton Bay area by providing a range of outreach services to grass-roots activities like ensuring people doing it tough can continue to access affordable food.

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