The Solidarity Program is a unique opportunity for secondary school students to spend time learning and connecting with people who have an intellectual disability.
Students are invited to visit us at Centacare Work, Learn, Connect and join in the same classes and training sessions as our clients who have a disability. Classes are different each day ranging from cooking, painting or computer courses through to preparing for work courses such as typing lessons or packing and assembly practice.
Make the Solidarity Program part of your school’s Social Justice Program with the following outcomes:
Download: Information for schools and students
The Solidarity Program is also available for Staff Development Days. The program for the day can be tailored to include any key initiatives as directed by the school or Sydney Catholic Schools.
Funds raised from the Solidarity Program and Staff Development Days will help to directly fund CatholicCare Sydney and its programs to support people who live and work with intellectual disabilities.