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Posted: Wednesday, August 24, 2016

The YouthCare Canberra Farewell to Stephen Moore dinner was a huge success!

Through raffles, auction items and the night itself, we managed to raise a great amount of money for an even greater cause.

Events such as these are so important to YouthCare Canberra, not only as a way to fundraise, but also as a way to engage with the Canberra community and to spread our message.

Through our fundraising...

Posted: Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Join us to farewell and give thanks to Stephen Moore, Captain of the AQUIS Brumbies. The event will feature a panel discussion involving Stephen Larkham, Rod Kafer and the man of the hour, Stephen Moore.

Funds raised will go towards our pro-active outreach services to young people at risk, including those who face homelessness and violence. 


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Posted: Tuesday, February 9, 2016

Corporate members and their invited guests gathered at the National Press Club, Canberra on Wednesday, January 20 to attend the annual YouthCare Canberra cricket breakfast before the one day international between Australia and India at Manuka Oval would begin later in the day.

Traditionally, the event is normally before the annual Prime Minister's IX match at the same venue, but the schedule for the breakfast...

Posted: Tuesday, December 15, 2015

International cricket games and YouthCARE Canberra go hand in hand every year, and next year’s One Day International on January 20th is no exception.

The annual YouthCARE Canberra Breakfast at the National Press Club is a traditional warm-up event for the game, and it raises essential funds to support YCC’S outreach worker in helping disadvantaged young people between the ages of 12 to...

Posted: Tuesday, August 18, 2015

YouthCARE Canberra's annual Rugby Dinner attracted a big crowd to the Canberra Rex, to hear Canberra's rugby stars reflect on the Bledisloe Cup and look to the World Cup. Former Brumby and Wallaby, Fox Sport's "Rugby HQ", Rod Kafer, was the guest speaker, with an incisive analysis of the Wallabies today. He was joined by Wallabies coach Stephen Larkham and Wallabies Captain, Stephen Moore, to answer questions from the...