Like so many other organisations, Beacon are making decisions made with the health and wellbeing of our staff, schools, young people, partners and families at the centre of our thinking.
With recent changes to Department and school policy and with the health and wellbeing of all in mind, Beacon’s face-to-face Program and Services activities, including High Impact Work Readiness Programs and site tours will be suspended until end of April. We are also moving all our Collective ed. community activities online and the upcoming #Chain4Change in Deloraine has been postponed.
The good news is that we will continue to run our Online Programs (My Road and Industry Live) as usual and the scheduled sessions will proceed as planned at this stage.
Beacon prides itself on being a connector, what we do is bring people, organisations and communities together to create meaningful outcomes for young people that need it most. This will not and should not stop, in fact it is more important than ever.
Please feel free to reach out to any of our team, it is important that we continue to work together through this time.
We sincerely appreciate your support and commitment to Beacon and the young people that we so passionately work for, we look forward to getting back into schools and communities when we can and continuing to create great impact through our work.
Stay strong and please take care of each other.