Get Involved

Get your school involved

Our organization believes that by supporting young people to remain safe & secure in their homes, the long term impact of control, abuse & violence can be reduced. The provision of education & resilience to cope with the impacts of violence are cornerstone if they are to remain engaged with the school system, their education, their community & ultimately the

Young people entering high security refuges have historically disengaged from school for a period of time. A partnership between Safe Futures Foundation, Croydon School & the Department of Education has enabled the development of a Satellite School which provides individualised short-term learning support, manages student transfers and re-enrolment which minimises interruptions to students learning during a critical time of transition for families whilst in Safe Futures Foundation emergency & crisis housing.

It offers individualised outreach teaching within a broader, family-centred service response. The ultimate goal is to return young people to their current school, or support their enrolment in a new school.

If you would like to help us in breaking the cycle of violence for children and young people and keep them connected to education, get involved now!

Other resources for schools

  • Find out how your school can help Safe Futures Foundation
  • Host a Violence-free Day
  • Request a speaker (Pop-up Form)
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How your school can help

One of the best ways you can help is through fundraising. Any donation you make, large or small, will help us change lives. Here are some of ways that you and your school can help Safe Futures Foundation provide a brighter future for children and young people facing family violence.

Why not organise:

  • An 'out of uniform' day
  • A 'dress up as a super hero day'
  • A talent show where you donate the admission fee to Safe Futures Foundation
  • A lunch pizza lunch order
"Thank you for keeping me and my children safe. The children loved their gifts and backpacks."