Community development

Prosper works with disadvantaged children and young people in their schools and communities, offering tailored activities that change lives. This has included Prosper’s Feel Good Food initiative to provide skills and training to young parents and marginalised youth, our school-based BRIC club to support socially isolated children and children with additional needs in developing social skills and networks through lego play, and our famous Stories in the Garden project.

Our community development also covers community events such as our Engaging Adolescents Expo and Fantastic Fathers program, our refugee and asylum-seeker child-minding program through to our community-building projects for new humanitarian entrants.