The Street Peace team recently met with a number of local churches, youth leaders and ministers in Moe, Victoria as we begin the process of launching our first Street Peace initiative in the Gippsland region.
Our Street Peace Threads coordinator Debi De Silva has been working super hard behind the scenes this past month in anticipation to launch Street Peace Threads very own online store at the end of November.
Last October in partnership with Christian Surfers Internship program, CSALT, we ran a Girls Surfing Camp – also known as Surfari.
Street Peace will be the first to commission graffiti wall art in Frankston that shares the love of Jesus.
Ash Schofield led the Outreach team to reach disengaged youth in Sunshine, Richmond, Dandenong and Hastings last month.
Last month Year 9 students from Bayside Christian College were joined by the Street Peace outreach team during their Service Week to workshop ideas on how they could make a change for the better in our community.
Last month, Street Peace celebrated their volunteers at the Street Peace Volunteer Appreciation Dinner they held at the new home base.
One of our youth and her family members prepared an amazing Lebanese feast for youth at The Nest last month, feeding over 50.
Over the last couple of months, Street Peace has extended their team to support the program, with five part time outreach workers and administration and communications support.
Flo Landscapes which was started 2 years ago to employ ‘unemployable youth’ working primarily with residential clients, has just been registered as a social enterprise.