Augustinian Volunteers has worked in communities around the country, with over 70 volunteers collectively giving hundreds of hours of their time every year.
Our partners are very important to us, and we are privileged to work with them.
THE SYDNEY LANGUAGE RESTORATION PROGRAM:
Partnering with Tribal Warrior, Augustinian Volunteers assist the Redfern community to recover and restore the Sydney Language. We have attracted government support for this program.
In Mt Druitt, NSW, the Breaking Barriers program helps young Aboriginal people at risk. Through a fitness, hygiene and health program, Breaking Barriers builds resilience, network support and self-esteem for young people at risk.
Located in Darlington, NSW, Augustinian Volunteers support primary and high school children with homework, literacy and numeracy. Giving one on one tutoring, as well as group activities, Augustinian Volunteers meets the children and teens, especially in regards to academic improvement.
Located in St Clair, NSW, Augustinian Volunteers support refugee women with learning computer skills and practicing for the citizenship test. The weekly gatherings provide our volunteers the opportunity to support the women as they learn important skills and knowledge, improve self-esteem and make friends.