The Andrews Labor Government is helping reduce family violence in Aboriginal communities by doubling its investment in Aboriginal community-led family violence projects.
The Andrews Labor Government is investing in new programs and approaches to build up Victoria’s $23 billion volunteer sector even further.
The Andrews Labor Government is funding more projects that help young people live better, more connected lives.
The Andrews Labor Government is providing more families with access to early learning places following the expansion of Ringwood East’s EACH Integrated Children’s Centre.
Lilydale’s littlest residents can enjoy new kinder and childcare rooms, a toy library and children’s garden at the brand new Lilydale Lakeside Children’s Centre, thanks to the Andrews Labor Government.
Victorian kids of all abilities will find learning and playing easier while at kinder, thanks to the Andrews Labor Government.
Young Victorians are being encouraged to submit their ideas for the branding of Youth Space Latrobe in Morwell, as it prepares to hold the first of many youth-focused events.
The Andrews Labor Government is ensuring young people make a successful transition from state care to independent living by extending their supports up to the age of 21.
The Andrews Labor Government is doing more to support kids with disabilities with the upgrade and refurbishment of Melbourne’s largest not-for-profit children’s health service.
Mooroopna families will have access to a range of early learning, family and health services at a single convenient location, thanks to the Andrews Labor Government.
Mayer Park, Cnr Normanby Avenue & Leinster Grove, Thornbury, will soon be enjoying modern sports facilities thanks to a funding boost from the Andrews Labor Government.
Victorian mums and dads will be left out of pocket if the Morrison Liberal Government pushes ahead with plans to withdraw kinder funding.
The growing ranks of the Darebin United Soccer Club will soon be playing under lights thanks to a $150,000 grant from the latest round of the Andrews Labor Government’s $180 million Community Sports Infrastructure Fund.
Children and young people from across Victoria have devoured thousands of books over the past few months as part of the Premiers’ Reading Challenge.
Hundreds of kindergarten children in Warrnambool will be among the first to benefit from the Andrews Labor Government’s Australian-first school readiness funding next year, helping them get the most out of kinder and ensuring they start school on track.
The Andrews Labor Government is delivering even more to ensure Aboriginal children and families are in touch with their cultural identity and have access to culturally safe support.
Young Victorians will have more opportunities to gain skills in performing and creative arts, design and event management, thanks to the Andrews Labor Government’s continued support of the Wakakirri Secondary School Challenge.
The Andrews Labor Government is prioritising home-based care for vulnerable children who cannot safely live with their own families and providing greater support to the carers who open their hearts and homes to them.