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Yarpa Grow Businesses from Intake 2 Graduate

From yarpa.com.au Yarpa, 23 March 2022 After a tough year learning and growing their business through a pandemic, Yarpa Grow participants from intake 2, were finally able to graduate. Despite disruptions throughout the program, the

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APP’s commitment to Reconciliation

From www.app.com App’s Commitment to Reconciliation This National Reconciliation Week We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the lands on which we work and learn, the Cammeraygal, Turrbal, Awabakal, Gadigal, Dharawal, Whadjuk Nyoongar, Kaurna, Kulin Nation,

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Leticia’s Story

From AbSec.org.au ABSec, 28 April 2020 Leticia Quince is a 23-year old Aboriginal woman from Narrandera and is currently based in Dubbo. She works with Uniting as a Youth Development Coach in the Extended Care

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Out-of-Home Care Support

From The Armidale Express Out-of-Home Care Support 18 year old Leticia Quince Advocates for Out-of-Home Care Support for Teens, Young Adults For young people in out-of-home care, turning 18-years-old is not always something to celebrate.

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TransGrid Indigenous Achievement Award

Transgrid, 3 May 2021 Leticia Quince wins TransGrid Indigenous Achievement award at NSW Young Achiever Beresfield woman Leticia Quince has taken out the Indigenous Achievement Award at the 7 News Young Achiever Awards NSW &

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2021 7NEWS Young Achiever Awards

Awards Australia TransGrid Indigenous Achievement Award 2021 Winners of the 7NEWS NSW/ACT Young Achiever Awards Leticia Quince, 24 of Beresfield is committed to improving services for children and young people using her own experience in

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Caring for the Children

Koori Mail, Wednesday 30 June 2021, Edition 754 Wiradjuri woman and graphic designer Leticia Quince is committed to improving services for children and young people, using her own experience in the child protection system. That’s

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We would like to acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the land that we stand and live upon. The beautiful Country created throughout our Dreamtime over 70,000 thousands of years ago. We’d like to pay our respects to our Elders past, present and future emerging for they how the acknowledge, guidance and resilience of our people. We’d also like to extend our gratitude for the gifts our Mother Earth and Baiame’s creations – for our people, land, waters & sky. We would like to further this to all our First Nations clients, businesses, creatives and community members across all Nations within Australia.