Barnardos Australia – Support vulnerable children and young people to grow safely


Barnardos Australia is proud to offer unique and fun ways to engage your staff, enhance skills and support Barnardos programs.


Benefits


The range of staff engagement and corporate volunteering opportunities will help your team to bond, learn new skills and provide practical assistance to vulnerable children in need,

These activities are varied and dynamic to suit the desired outcomes of your team and also provide an opportunity to step outside the office whilst learning more about the important work of Barnardos Australia.

Each activity can be tailored to the number of volunteers and the time you’re able to commit.


About the opportunities


Day Out With The Kids

A ‘Day out with the kids’ can provide children experiencing hardship with a special opportunity to alleviate the anxiety and stress of everyday challenges and enjoy an afternoon of care free fun!
These are generally carried out during the school holidays and can include activities such as Wild Life Sydney or the Aquarium.

From $7,500. Costs include travel, entry fees, lunch, onsite support and event management support.


Working Bees

Our Children’s Family Centres and foster carers work tirelessly to provide essential, intensive support for children in our care every day. Sometimes this means other projects are pushed aside, such as gardening, painting, general maintenance or spring cleaning. We need working bees to help make these much needed improvements a reality.

Working bees are a fantastic bonding activity for your team to make a real difference to improving the facilities our Barnardos children and families rely on to provide safe and happy respite.

This is a great event for volunteers wanting to get their hands dirty!

From $5,000. Costs include supplies, lunch, onsite support and event management support.


Cultural Identity Training

Our ‘Cultural identity training’ is facilitated by an Aboriginal trainer who will take your team on a journey to gain greater insights into Aboriginal culture and working with Aboriginal communities.

Course content:
• What it means to have your story stolen
• The value and strengths of the Kinship system
• Understanding cultural terms such as totems, clans, moiety and skin groups
• Hands on practice tips when working with Aboriginal children, families, communities and
organisations
• Supports casework practices when working with Aboriginal children and young people

Cost is $350 per person


Location

Various locations across Sydney


Contact

Contact: https://www.barnardos.org.au/contact-us/

Ph. 1300 237 507

Or contact Annalise Wild, 0432 046 953, awild@barnardos.org.au

Website: https://www.barnardos.org.au/