Each year a number of our PCYC centres host the Children’s Festival, which provides special needs, disadvantaged and at risk children and young people the opportunity to watch performances by astounding acts.
Sponsors and supporters purchased tickets on behalf of disadvantaged children and young people, allowing them to attend the show. This initiative also raises funds to support our diverse range of recreational activities, diversionary programs and alternative education and training courses.
We are so grateful for all the businesses and individuals who purchase tickets, providing children and young people the opportunity to see these shows.
Supporting Albany PCYC, Bunbury PCYC and Geraldton PCYC
Live show to be streamed in the first week of May 2021.
Over 24 young people from Collie PCYC embraced the 2021 Clean Up Australia theme as they stepped up to clean up around their town. They were joined by Collie Centre Manager Linda Gallagher and Youth Policing Officer Senior Constable Kahn Le Prevost-Sheperd. Even PCYC pooches Coco and Panda pitched in…
Every Thursday afternoon, the youngest participants at Kalgoorlie PCYC aged between 6 and 10 years now visit the Sandalwood Family Centre where they can use a fancy dress wardrobe, two playgrounds and a host of other facilities they wouldn’t normally have access to. They have immense fun in fancy dress…
A long awaited redevelopment of PCYC centres in Carnarvon and Broome began last month. The extensive works, enabled by a grant from the State Government through WA Police, will see facilities at both centres modernised and extended. The work also marks the first phase of a long term plan…