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We are committed to sharing the positive outcomes of our work. These stories showcase the impact of our programs and the adaptations and innovations occurring in communities across Australia and internationally.
News Seasons for Growth Program
News Seasons for Healing Program
News Stormbirds Program
Southwest Sydney Funded Seasons for Healing training
MacKillop recently facilitated the first Seasons for Healing small group at Guthrie House, in collaboration with the Aboriginal Support Worker at Guthrie.
Inspiring partnerships to enhance children’s wellbeing
QCEC collaborated with MacKillop Family Services to deliver MacKillop Seasons programs to students in the dioceses of Townsville, Cairns and Rockhampton.
Almost $900,000 in grants to support children and young people in vulnerable NSW communities
The impacts of drought, floods and bushfires, compounded by the social and economic hardships caused by COVID-19 have hit regional NSW communities hard.
Find your feet during times of change
To support children to understand the impact of change and build resilience to respond to change, we've developed a resource called The Rockhopper Toolkit.
Adapting Seasons for Growth for children with intellectual disability
Hunter River Community School has recently completed its pilot program of Seasons for Growth with an initial group of four students.
Seasons in the Outback
Karen is passionate about bringing the Seasons for Growth evidence-based program to people living in some of the most isolated parts of Australia.
The Fathering Project
The Fathering Project aims to empower fathers to benefit their children and wider family. It is a responsive and ambitious initiative.
A small regional school with a big heart
MacKillop Seasons had the pleasure of running Seasons for Growth training for the staff at Mogo Public School and a staff member from Narooma High School.
Finding the positives in the aftermath of the bushfires
As a school counsellor Olivia Toubia is well versed in the range of social and emotional issues in her students.
Working with children with a refugee experience
St Dominic’s caters for children from many backgrounds, but has a particular emphasis on those who are refugees.