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James – Case Study

Sep 20, 2022

Waalitj Foundation

At Hope, we know that wonderful things can be achieved through collaboration.

Not too long ago we referred one of our youth justice residents James, to the Full Circle Partnerships program run by the Waalitj Foundation in the Kimberley.

Essentially a mentoring program for young Aboriginal people, the program has a strong focus on reconnection to country and training and skills development.

Since starting the program, James has completed a TAFE course and secured a mechanical apprenticeship. He’s also established his own micro-business around collecting and selling native fruits and berries.

By working with organisations such as the Waalitj Foundation, we know that we enable people to build a future of their choosing. It’s why collaboration is one of our core values.

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