PCYC recognised as a social change maker

BRIDGEWATER’S Police and Citizens Youth Club (PCYC) received a prestigious award at the recent Telstra Business Awards in Hobart.

The Bridgewater PCYC received the Social Change Maker, Telstra Small Business of the Year Award for 2019.

“We aim to develop and support the community to achieve their potential, particularly concerning their own development towards family, career and social aspirations,”  said Bridgewater PCYC manager, Justin Abrahams.

 

Manager Justin Abrahams and assistant manager Samantha Andrews shortly after receiving this award.
Manager Justin Abrahams and assistant manager Samantha Andrews shortly after receiving this award.

Bridgewater Police and Citizens Youth Club is a not-for-profit community service organisation that provides a safe environment for youth and the community to enhance their future career and personal development. It offers social and recreational activities, ranging from mentoring and sports to driving lessons, giving an opportunity to socialise and build resilience.

“Winning this award was only made possible by the tireless efforts, dedication and commitment of our people and their belief in the Bridgewater PCYC, and thanks to all of our community members who have supported us and can be proud of what their PCYC has achieved.

“Congratulations to all of our staff, supporters and friends,” Justin Abrahams said.

And congratulations from Brighton Community News. An incredible achievement.

 

 

 

 

 

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