Parliamentary secretary for the Hunter, Catherine Cusack announced that Top Blokes' programs will share in $530,000 funding from the NSW Government's Stronger Country Communities Fund.
"Top Blokes Foundation Managing Director Melissa Abu-Gazaleh welcomed $215,000 in funding which will see more than 400 young men benefit through the expansion of their youth mentoring programs into Cessnock."
Top Blokes Foundation delivers long-term, weekly mentoring programs that help boys and young men in schools and organisations to improve their mental health and relationships with the people around them. Delivered by qualified youth workers, the programs cover key male health topics, such as mental health, masculinities, peer pressure, risk-taking, healthy relationships, online behaviours and more.
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Read it on The Cessnock Advertiser; published April 24, 2020 - 12:45p.m.