YMCA Bridge Project Breakfast
Friday July 27
7 am – 9 am
July 27 will see change-makers unite and continue to lead the way in supporting young people in the justice system.
With your support, young people can access education and employment, positively changing their lives and reducing their likelihood of recidivism.
Whether you hire a young person, buy a raffle ticket, or make a donation, your contribution directly supports young people to break away from the cycle of crime.
Join us, fill a table, bring your friends, or your colleagues, and witness on 27 July how leaders are changing lives in our community.
By hiring a young person through YMCA Bridge Project you have the power to change a life.
Join a program that is supported by influential Victorian businesses and organisations.
By hiring ReBuild or making a donation you are making an investment in your community.
For young people who take part in the YMCA Bridge Project, the reoffending rate drops from 50% to just 3%. This reduction has the potential to save the Victorian Government $2.5 million per year
Whether you hire a young person or donate, your support to YMCA Bridge Project is inspiring young people and other community members to recognise their own potential.
YMCA Bridge Project Patron and MC
Paul Roos has earned a much-acclaimed reputation as an AFL player and senior coach. He has also made his mark as a renowned corporate speaker, television host, columnist and author. We are thrilled that Paul will be joining us as our YMCA Bridge Project Patron.
“I am excited to be the new patron of the YMCA Bridge Project. The work they do with young people in the justice system is so important to local communities. I am looking forward to be part of such a great cause.”
Sara James is an Emmy award-winning journalist who appears on ABC News Breakfast, ABC News 24 and other ABC broadcasts. Sara will bring her years of expertise in news presenting to the Bridge Breakfast stage and will take on the role of event Emcee.
Number of jobs needed this year
Funds raised at 2017 Bridge event