Youth Engagement - Innovative Programs
Powerful Partnerships - Social Impact
Our vision is to have a long term positive impact on the health, education, justice and employment prospects of vulnerable young people and their families.
Ultimately our goal is to deliver long term sustainable solutions which reflect the diversity of the communities in which we work.
- Spirit In The ParkMon, Mar 25Thomas Acres Reserve
- Uncle Dave's Easter Egg Hunt 2020Sat, Apr 11Thomas Acres ReserveApr 11, 2020, 11:00 AM – 1:00 PMThomas Acres Reserve, 16 Cleopatra Dr, Rosemeadow NSW 2560, AustraliaUncle Dave Bell is back with his annual YSMP Easter Hunt. A fun day with free activities for kids including : - Dave’s Egg Hunt - BMX with YSA - Boxing, basketball and fitness training with Tony Tauke Kalu - BBQ Register your family to receive free gifts supplied by Shinning Stars Foundation.
"BMX Australia supports the work being done by Youth Services Australia in working with young people from disadvantaged communities to open up opportunities for their development that would otherwise not be made available. This is an important community service and we are pleased that our sport can play a small role in these programs"
CEO, BMX Australia
NSW COVID-19 PUBLIC HEALTH LAWS AND POLICE POWERS
June 9, 2019
Here's a factsheet from our friends at Redfern Legal Centre.
This document outlines the new social distancing orders and what that means for you if stopped by police.
ROSEMEADOW COMMUNITY XMAS EVENT 2018
December 20, 2018
Uncle Dave Bell has been working hard in the community of Rosemeadow to build trust and consistency between families and core community services.
Youth Services Australia works in partnership with Young Spirit Mentoring Program, Shining Stars and Ambervale Rosemeadow Community Organisation (ARC)
Many local businesses come together the make this day special. In particular Star Partners Real Estate and Chris Chan who donated 100s of gifts including 50 BMX bikes.
Photo credit: Zenith Photographics
INNOVATION GAMES 2018,
SYDNEY OLYMPIC PARK
August 18, 2018
Youth Services Australia partnered with Sydney Olympic Park Authority, Sydney University and Inspire Australia to help promote curiosity in Science, technology, engineering and mathematics.