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Souths Cares

Souths Cares


Souths Cares is an independent not-for-profit public benevolent institution, closely affiliated with the South Sydney Rabbitohs Football Club. Our charter is to support disadvantaged, marginalised and indigenous youth and families with a specific focus on education, training, health and employment.

Souths Cares delivers a wide range of community programs including: 

- Nanga Mai Marri (Dream Big): A school to work mentoring program for Aboriginal high school students in South Eastern Sydney. The program supports students from year 9 onwards to complete their HSC and then succesfully transition into employment, training and/or teritary education. 

- Deadly Youth Mentoring Program: An early intervention program for Aboriginal youth considered at-risk of entering the Juvenile Justice system. The program provides each participant with 6 months of intensive mentoring and casework support and is delivered in partnership with a number of stakeholders including education providers, NSW Youth Justice and local Police. 

- Liverpool Opportunity Hub: Provides holistic education, employment and cultural support for Aboriginal school students attending school in Liverpool LGA. The program supports students from grade 5 until they complete their HSC and then transition into employment, training and/or tertiary education. 

- New Careers for Aboriginal People (NCAP): An employment and training initiative for Aboriginal employment candidates aged 17-65 years old. Faciliated from two locations in Syndey (South Western and Western Sydney) and is currently achieving 150+ successful employment placements each year. 

- Rabbitohs Wellbeing Program: A health promotion initiative focusing on a range of critical health and wellbeing topics including nutrition, physical activity, anti-bullying, eSafety, oral health, healthy relationships and hygiene. The program is currently engaging 15,000+ school students each year. 

- Regional Health Promotion Tours: Faciliated by Souths Cares staff and ambassadors, the charity visits at least three regional/remote communities each year to deliver health promotion workshops accompanied by physical activity sessions. 

- Women's Group: An intensive 10 week program for Aboriginal women in South Eastern Sydney which supports physical, cultural, health and wellbeing outcomes. 

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Level 4, 558A Anzac Pde


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