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Halo day program nominated for WA Community Services Excellence Awards

Date posted: 11 April 2012

The Halo Leadership Development Agency and its founder, Lee-Anne Smith, have been nominated in two different categories of the Western Australia Community Services Excellence (CSE) Awards.

The Halo Leadership Development Agency runs the Halo day program, which aims to inspire and support Indigenous young people to give up and stay off drugs, reduce recidivism, and transition into employment and education.

The Agency has been shortlisted for awards in the categories of 'small organisation' and 'outstanding commitment by an individual'.

Ms Smith said that while the growing list of nominations, awards, accolades, and funding grants was wonderful validation of the success of the training and employment program for young Indigenous men, it was hearing and seeing first-hand the difference it had made to individual families and the wider Aboriginal community that kept the 'flame burning'.

Source: In My Community

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Halo Leadership Development Agency
Joe Cooper Centre, MacFaull Park
Falstaff Crescent
PO Box 7011
Spearwood WA 6163
Ph: (08) 9418 5228
Fax: (08) 9317 6233
Mobile: 0416 753 305

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Last updated: 11 April 2012
 
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