a Brick Project
Appeal gets Angry
and Loss counselling services
& Kegs Surfing Classic
Ruling & Charity
of Stage one has commence.
events of Bali will touch all of us for a
long time, the bombings of October 12
killed 88 Australians. Ulladulla, a
coastal village of the South Coast lost
two of their sons, local surfers Craig
Dunn and Danny Lewis.
Bali showed that even a small town was not
immune from the devastating effects of
terrorism and the loss of our children
makes it all so worse.
But out of the Bali tragedy, moves are in
place to preserve the spirit and adventure
of these two young men and all those who
died in the Bali Bombings with a
is an unique project it will be a
permanent memorial for those who lost
their life's in the Bali attack providing
young people with a positive and practical
vision for the future to enhance their
skills personally, socially and
vocational, link generations together,
create employment and teach leadership
skills to the youth. Helping Tomorrow's
Adults become today's Youths.
Gayle Dunn, mother of Craig started up
this program, plans to provide young
people with support, grants to help them
get projects off the ground and training
opportunities, to give youths of
Australia the future her son never got to
see. There are many opportunities to
become involved with this project.
complex will not only feature a range of
entertainment options like ten pin bowling
and a stadium that will cater to a variety
of performances and sports, but will
provide young people with another place to
go to access support services. Our
is to provide access to services and
create new opportunities for all youth to
live their best lives.