At Freedz we believe that the young people are the seeds of our future and with a supportive and safe environment of adults and local businesses, they can develop the skills and foundations to help them to flourish in their future endeavours.
To create a community of cooperation and empowerment to both local businesses and youth.
To provide a supportive and safe environment for young people facing challenging times to make connections with the adults and businesses in the community, in order to gain knowledge, food, clothes, support and education.
At freedz we work on a basis of transparency and are a not for profit organization.
freedz ensures that systems and accountabilities at every level of our organisation create an environment that prioritises the safety and well-being of everyone.
We are committed to a thoughtful and protective environment that supports young people to feel safe and respected, and to build their capacity to feel deeply cared for and important.
Threaded through all our processes is a commitment to cultural sensitivity.
We are inclusive and attuned to those from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage, culturally and/or linguistically diverse backgrounds and young people whom maybe physically or mentally challenged.