Philanthropy – Protecting our most vulnerable

BY BASIL HANNA CEO, Parkerville Children and Youth Care Philanthropy is defined as “promoting the welfare of others”, often backed up by a financial donation. Over the past fifteen years at Parkerville Children and Youth Care, we have observed a shift in society’s conscience towards philanthropy and indeed we believe it’s not all about giving […]

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Fathering Project and Perth Glory

The Fathering Project have made a successful start to encourage fathers and father  figures to spend meaningful and intentional time with their children. Supported by former Perth Glory player, Michael Garcia, Michael conducted a range of fun activities that promoted fun and enjoyment for both parent and child.  

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Evolution of Therapeutic Care

When I commenced at Parky in July 2004, the standard mantra across WA; Australia and Internationally was 1/4 girls; 1/6 boys will be abused before they are 18 years old; 90% of those offended against will know their abuser. Move on to February 2019, have the stats changed? Well, no they haven’t, you may have […]

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Parkerville Children and Youth Care Determines to Participate in the National Redress Scheme

  On 28 November 2018 the Western Australian Government passed enabling legislation to participate in the National Redress Scheme for people who have experienced institutional child sexual abuse. Parkerville Children and Youth Care applauds the State Government for its decision. On Wednesday 5 December 2018, at its first meeting following the adoption of this legislation, […]

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Be Brave Crusade

Thank you to the awesome staff and students at Rossmoyne Senior High School who are collecting donations for disadvantaged and homeless children and young people in our community. If you wish to join in on this wonderful cause head down to the school on the Thursday the 22nd of November – See below for more […]

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2017/2018 Annual Report – OUT NOW!

Make sure you check out our latest 2017/2018 Annual Report. A few highlights from the year include: 13,570 children, young people and families supported throughout Western Australia Delivery of therapeutic, family support, early intervention and prevention, youth and out-of-home care services by 165 staff across 12 locations Building commencement of the new $25 million Stan & […]

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