Help Drive Positive Change for Indigenous Girls
For over a quarter of a century, Stardale Women's Group has been a beacon of empowerment for Indigenous girls, a source of strength for their families, and a catalyst for communities to embrace the essential values of reconciliation. We proudly stand as a nurturing community and a safe haven for young participants aged 10-17, supporting their journey of learning, growth, and self-discovery as they shape their futures.
At the heart of our mission lies a crucial role: volunteer drivers. These dedicated individuals play a pivotal part in our organization by ensuring that our participants have a safe and dependable means of transportation to and from our weekly evening programs, as well as various group activities and events on select weekends.
The absence of reliable transportation poses a significant challenge for many of our young participants. By eliminating this barrier, we empower these youth for both immediate and long-term success through consistent attendance and active participation.
Whether you have availability once a week or once a month, we'd love to hear from you! Join us in making a lasting impact on the lives of Indigenous youth, breaking down barriers, and helping them access the opportunities they deserve. Together, we can drive positive change and inspire brighter futures.
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