ShoreTrack’s objective is to advance social and public welfare by looking after the wellbeing of disadvantaged, disengaged, high risk and vulnerable young people experiencing multiple challenges such as inter-generational unemployment, unsafe home environments, substance abuse and contact with the juvenile justice system. This happens through diversionary activities designed to re-engage with education and training and pathways to employment through social enterprise activities.
IRCF FUNDED Projects
ShoreTrack MOS (Management Operational System)
Supported with $36,300 to develop a Management Operational System to maximise their capacity and develop a strategic plan for year 1 and a sustainable base for year 2.
Recently Shore Track shared some of their leanings on this project with other local NFP’s through the Nambucca Valley – Learning Together Sessions.
YP Connect Tech
Supported with $45,000 to build connections and understanding between ShoreTrack young people and the NFP sector through collaborative multi-media workshops and work experience opportunities.