New programs for young people with a disability in Logan

YFS has started two new programs for young people with a disability in their final years of high school, to help them develop the skills for life after school in a fun environment. Livin’ Large, Takin’ Charge! and Come and Try Us Out aim to introduce school students aged 15 to 18, to the world […]

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Heartfelt hospitality helps Logan families feel festive

A group of generous Brisbane hospitality leaders are throwing a Christmas Eve party to remember for some Logan families. Members of the Hospitality with Heart group have invited clients from Logan not-for-profit organisation YFS to enjoy a feast, complete with gifts, entertainment, activities and pampering. YFS CEO Cath Bartolo said she was overwhelmed by the […]

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#Respect: a new force in Logan schools

Taking strong action to promote respectful relationships within the Logan community, four #R4Respect Youth Ambassadors will visit Beenleigh State High School this Friday 4th December to deliver interactive sessions to students from Years 7, 8 and 9. Through three sessions, starting at 9 am and finishing at 1 pm, Youth Ambassadors will interact with students […]

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African Australians Awards Queensland 2015

Kelly Rose Sibanda and Suzanna Majok were announced as the winners of the Young Community Leader Award presented by YFS during the African Australians Awards Queensland 2015 held on Friday 13 November 2015 at the Queensland Parliament House. ‪#‎R4Respect‬ Youth Ambassador, Abak Deng was the winner of the African Australian Community Ambassador Award presented by […]

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