Our shelves are empty

"We have only two weeks supply of food on our shelves," said Jason Haynes, SJC Programs Manager. "Hardship and setback can strike anyone," he said. "We urgently need the help of our wonderful Canberra community so we can help others." We are asking people to consider making a tax deductible donation on our website so we can buy food. Otherwise, food can be dropped into St John's Care. If the Centre is closed food can be placed in the basket in front of the font in St John's Church. These are the essential items we need: Tinned fruit Powered milk Pasta sauce Jam Honey Tinned Spaghetti Tinned vegetables, (peas & corn, beans) Snacks for School Lunches (Small Fruit Packs etc) please no m

Youth outreach inspires young women

St John’s Care manages a youth program called Raw Potential Canberra. It is a youth outreach service that supports and advocates for some of our young Canberrans between the ages of 12-25 who are currently facing hardship and stressful issues in their lives. Raw Potential Canberra acknowledges how our young people must be feeling during these tough times. As a youth worker with the program I know that a young person often just needs someone to talk to or a guide in the right direction. I recently teamed up with Katie, a youth worker with Y-engage, another amazing youth outreach service supporting young people in the Northside of Canberra. We recognised a gap in support services for young fem


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