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Media Releases

24
Mar

Extreme makeover set to transform student life

Student life at the Berry Street School will be transformed next week when a reality TV show inspired battle to design and build much-needed improvements rolls into town.

23
Mar

More support to children and families in Ballarat

Berry Street has extended its valuable services to the Ballarat Community since its merger with Lisa Lodge in 2012, and on Friday 27 March will welcome the public
19
Mar

Berry Street recognised for Community contribution

On Wednesday 18 March, 2015, Government House hosted a formal reception to recognise the contribution of Berry Street to the Victorian community.

16
Mar

Increased support for Foster and Kinship Carers

Berry Street today welcomed the State Government’s commitment to invest in more support for vulnerable children living in out-of-home care.

25
Feb

A win for Berry Street is a win for the sector

Berry Street has been announced as runner-up in the Nutanix Web-Scale Wish Datacenter Makeover Project, making it one of only three international organisations to wi

29
Jan

Graduates double their skills

On Friday 30 January, twenty graduates will be awarded their dual Diploma of Community Services Work/Case Management in a celebration hosted by Berry Street.

20
Jan

Foster Kids celebrate summer

Phillip Island is home to sixty foster kids and their carers this week, as Berry Street hosts its annual Foster Care Camp in the holiday township.

25
Nov

No Blurred Lines on White Ribbon Day

Victoria’s largest child and family services organisation is commencing the journey towards accreditation as a White Ribbon Workplace. 

24
Nov

Gippsland kids need action from next Government

The Centre for Excellence in Child and Family Welfare (CFECFW) is today launching their 2014 Election Statement in Morwell, highlighting the growing need to talk abo

14
Nov

Young drivers on election radar

Berry Street is calling on the State Government to match the Opposition’s commitment to educating young drivers, who are at the greatest risk of fatalities on our roads.