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The Couch Project Classroom

21 April 2016

The Couch Project Classroom aims to educate, inspire and provide students with the ability to counter youth homelessness, with the goal that young people will not have to experience it in the future. The Couch Project has a goal of providing education to 105,000 students by 2018!! This is a huge number, but it is also the average number of Australians that experience homelessness on any given night.

The Salvo’s run 4 different Couch Project Classroom workshops, suited to different ages and each giving a different experience. Workshops are priced at $250 +GST, however a 10% discount applies when bookings are made for more than one workshop.

To get the most out of this amazing experience, make sure to book follow-up workshops or why not apply to volunteer!

Come and take a look at our website and see for yourself, what’s on offer.



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