Our work with young people began with the efforts of Father Gerard Tucker, the Brotherhood’s founder, who worked to find accommodation for unemployed young men in the 1930s, so they could gain work and build better lives.
We continue to work for an Australia where all young people can stay engaged in learning, achieve their educational goals, find meaningful employment and live a fulfilling life, whether they’re from a refugee family, from a household struggling with poverty, or facing other difficulties.
We assist young people through:
We offer youth services from our Frankston High Street Centre, Ecumenical Migration Centre and the Connie Benn Centre.
If you are keen to volunteer with us we’d love to hear from you.