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10
Oct

Saver Plus – Building Skills and Assets for the Future

We're proud to have been part of the Saver Plus financial inclusion program for more than 10 years. Rose and Robert's story is just one of the many inspiring successes we have seen during that time.

23
Sep

Live and learn

Young people facing homelessness in Shepparton now face a far better future. The Shepparton Education First Youth Foyer has now officially opened, offering 40 young people a place to live while they learn.

19
Sep

Thank you to foster carers - the unsung heroes

Foster carers are the unsung heroes of our communities. We say thank you on behalf of all the Victorian children who might not be able to.

12
Sep

Six common myths about foster caring

Being a foster carer is more flexible than you might think. This article addresses some of the most common misconceptions that people have about foster care.

05
Sep

Include a Charity Week

Anyone can leave a gift from their estate, no matter how big or small. One of our bequestors shares why she decided to leave a gift to us in her Will.

24
Aug

Berry Street signs Family Matters Statement of Commitment

Family Matters is Australia’s national campaign to ensure Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and young people grow up safe and cared for in family, community and culture. Berry Street is now part of the Family Matters Strategic Alliance.

23
Aug

Berry Long Run 2016

A big thank you to everyone who participated in the 2016 Berry Long Run, which has so far raised close to $8,000 for Berry Street!
10
Aug

Addressing abuse – recent and past

The broadcast of footage from the Don Dale juvenile detention centre in the NT on ABC’s Four Corners program shocked Australia, and prompted the Prime Minister to instiga

09
Aug

Statement on Marriage Equality

Berry Street was formed in 1877 to protect children. Our Vision today is that all children should have a good childhood, growing up feeling safe, nurtured and with hope for the future.

03
Aug

Never Again - statement on the abuse at Don Dale

Child abuse - in whatever form it takes - is unacceptable.