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28 Nov 2022

Our Foster Carers Garden is Blooming

In September Pathfinders foster care team hosted a Family Fun Day at Tilbuster Station in Armidale to celebrate Foster and Kinship Care Week 2022. The day was an opportunity to celebrate and to say thank you to our foster carers for the great work that they do each and every day. Our carers have managed... View Article

21 Nov 2022

Momentum

Pathfinders have joined forces to launched a new support program – Momentum Last week Pathfinders new Momentum team held their first roadshow event in Kempsey with staff from Real Futures and ACE Community Colleges. The Momentum program will provide assistance to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in North Eastern NSW to help them to... View Article

21 Nov 2022

Supporting Hope in a Suitcase this Christmas

Pathfinders will be supporting Hope in a Suitcase until the end of December. Hope in a Suitcase volunteers across Australia collect everyday items to create gifts for children starting their foster care journey. When a child enters foster care it can often happen unexpectedly, meaning children don’t always get time to collect their belongings. Hope... View Article

21 Nov 2022

Local Rotary Club visits Tilbuster Station

A group of local Armidale Rotarian’s attended a meet and greet at Tilbuster Station last month led by Chairman John Jones. The group arrived at Tilbuster Station and sat down to lunch under the pine trees in the garden and asked for a brief on the work currently taking place at Tilbuster Station. The Rotarian’s... View Article

24 Oct 2022

Campaign launched to restore identity rights to First Australians

Riotact 19 October 2022 | Sally Hopman When Elder Aunty Rosie was a young girl growing up in Kamilaroi Country in northern NSW, she’d head for the bush when she heard police or the school inspectors were in town. “We had to keep out of sight because we were scared of being taken away,” she said. “If... View Article