My Slice of Community – New Website Competition

My Slice of Community – NESAY Project We are excited to announce that NESAY are currently in the process of developing a new website and we want your input! We want to encourage a space for young people, families and


#YouthForIndi |Project Indi Regional Development Inquiry – Submissions closed Submissions closed 11th September 2017   NESAY have developed the #YouthForIndi project in response to the Federal Inquiry into Regional Development. #YouthForIndi is a project which aims to increase growth and

SOAR Youth Development Program

The SOAR (Strengthening, Opportunity, Achievement and Respect) program targets ‘at risk’ youth and their support networks. In this instance, the network was the school. The program offers tailored and practical aviation based programs that teach risk management and decision making

Learn to Prepare – Wheels Workshop

Learn to Prepare with a wheels workshop presented by Wangaratta Hyundai, alongside NESAY’s L2P Wangaratta and the Victorian Police. 60 Mentors, Learners, new licence holders and parents attended the L2P car maintenance workshop on the 3rd of May. This was

NESAY Trivia Night

NESAY Trivia Night The NESAY Trivia Night was held on the 7th of April 2017. The event was held to raise awareness and needed funds for our young people who are or are at risk of homelessness. The event was

Community Engagement & Equity – Model & Toolkit

The Rural City of Wangaratta’s  ‘Local Health and Wellbeing Group’ identified the need for clear guidelines to use when engaging the community on a social issue.  NESAY received  funding from Central Hume Primary Care Partnership to develop these guidelines into

Notice of Annual General Meeting & Nominations for the Board

2015/16 NESAY Annual General Meeting has been held – Thursday, 3rd November, 2016 The NESAY Board of Governance have been elected for 2016/17 year. Our members include: President: Paul McInerney Vice President: Clyde Hawkins Secretary of the Board of Governance


The aim of this event was to raise awareness and understanding of what it’s like to sleep rough for a night, whilst raising funds to support young people who are currently experiencing homelessness or are at risk of being homeless.

Healthy Eating and Living (HEAL)

The HEAL program is a five week program that provides an avenue for young people 15-25 years old to learn healthy cooking and build on other independent living skills.