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Coralie's Story - Drive for Life at Wyong Oasis

29 April 2014

Robyn Bust is the manager of the Oasis Youth Centre in Wyong, which does casework with youth aged between 12 to 25. This can range from one-one-one case management, through to running group activities in the community.

The centre offers the Drive For Life program, which is set up to help young people earn their provisional license, with a licensed instructor helping them to reach their hours. Coralie came to Oasis when she had her learner's license, to get help in earning hours as she had no one else to help her. Marie Roberts, the Director of MR Consulting, says The Salvation Army's Drive For Life program is an amazing contribution to the community and that's why she chooses to support Oasis through the Red Shield Appeal.

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