Provide cultural and social insights, ensuring clear understanding of program content and expectations. Assist with accessing professional services and enhancing skills to participants
Pillars mentoring programme supports children and young people aged 5 to 17 whose parent or caregiver has gone to prison. They meet once a fortnight for a minimum of a year- having fun, exploring their community and being a trusted, askable adult figure.
To coach medium inexperienced drivers twice a week for one hour on our Community Driver Mentor Programme, learners to restricted licence.
Happy endings don’t happen without the help and support of a caring adult. Do you want to be the positive difference for a child living in our City, simply by hanging out and having fun together for an hour a week? The only skill you need is YOU!