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The Blacktown Youthlink centre in Sydney's west has received a long overdue renovation after a team of 50 builders volunteered their time to upgrade the facility.
A team of Salvos along with Channel 7's Monique Wright recently volunteered their time in Gunnedah, a drought-affected community in north NSW, to bring hope to people in need.
Young people can look forward to a safer night out in Sydney this summer thanks to a Safe Space that will offer assistance to vulnerable young people who may be intoxicated or affected by drugs.
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