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Couch surfing with a cause

Couch surfing with a cause

14 November 2013

On Saturday night, people gave up the comfort of their beds for their couches in to support of the Oasis Youth Support Network’s Couch Project.... Read more

Sydney Boys seniors trade in muck up day for charity

Sydney Boys seniors trade in muck up day for charity

18 September 2013

The Sydney Boys High School ‘Class of 2013’ swapped water balloons and shaving cream fights for Salv... Read more

From the streets to the film studio

From the streets to the film studio

4 June 2013

The Salvation Army’s Oasis Youth Support Network and Foxtel celebrate a decade helping young film ma... Read more

Oasis expansion to benefit young homeless in ACT

Oasis expansion to benefit young homeless in ACT

23 October 2012

A major expansion of The Salvation Army’s Oasis Youth Service in Canberra is underway.... Read more

New driving program the wheel deal

New driving program the wheel deal

29 August 2012

The Salvation Army’s Oasis Youth Support Network on the NSW Central Coast has launched a driver-trai... Read more

Oasis celebrates 20 years with glittering ball

Oasis celebrates 20 years with glittering ball

23 August 2012

The Salvation Army’s Oasis Youth Support Network has celebrated its 20th anniversary at its annual O... Read more

Opportunity knocks

Opportunity knocks

12 July 2012

Nearly 40 disadvantaged youth will now have a safe place to sleep through a unique social housing co... Read more

Homeless youth provided an 'Oasis' on Hamilton Island

Homeless youth provided an 'Oasis' on Hamilton Island

12 June 2012

Through the OASIS Pathways Program, young people affected by homelessness are being given a chance t... Read more

Street Dreams are made of these…

Street Dreams are made of these…

29 May 2012

An innovative program that uses hip-hop dance to help address the issues that affect young people at... Read more

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