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Our Youth Worker Callum and Youth Ambassador Joey on Studio 10, telling us about the program, why we do it and what the boys get out of it.
Top Blokes Foundation's Stepping Up program to mentor Year 6 boys will be run at primary schools across the Peninsula this year.
Top Blokes Foundation thanked those who helped it make a big difference to the lives of boys and young men in 2018.
Bellambi Public School boys celebrated their graduation from Stepping Up, the Top Blokes Foundation mentoring program for males aged 10-13.
Top Blokes Foundation runs young male mentoring programs to combat the statistics around male suicides, violence and risk-taking behaviours.
Amanda Barnes, a Youth Worker at Top Blokes Foundation was recently announced as a finalist in Westfield Penrith’s 2018 Local Heroes Awards.
After consulting with primary school principals, we launched the Stepping Up health and well-being mentoring program for boys aged 10-13.
A free program for young men aged 17 to 25, “who have personal potential but are in need of positive mentors” started in Woy Woy last week. Building Blokes i...
Feeding the homeless, solar-powered bathroom facilities at a sporting complex, a social education and behavioural improvement program to educate young boys a...
Our Senior Youth Worker on Sky News talking about the role social education plays in improving young men's mental health.
Our Founder and NSW Young Australian of the Year, Melissa Abu-Gazaleh joined the ABC's The Drum panel to discuss the news of the day.
Top Blokes Foundation's Youth Worker, Josh went on The Project to comment on how men sending nude pics without consent is inappropriate.
Top Blokes Foundation's Founder and NSW Young Australian of the Year finalist, Melissa Abu-Gazaleh and Youth Ambassador, Keaton on WIN News.
Top Blokes Foundation was again invited to comment on Channel 10's The Project about celebrities' use of violence against fans.
As part of National Men's Health, WIN News highlighted Top Blokes Foundation's Junior Top Blokes mentoring program.
WIN News featured the Junior Top Blokes Mentoring Program, a weekly interactive program tackling the tough topics with teenage boys.