Volunteers needed for Tingha homework club

Michele Jedlicka believes it is essential to give Tingha's youth the best opportunities possible.
Michele Jedlicka believes it is essential to give Tingha's youth the best opportunities possible.

Anyone invested in the education and future of Tingha’s children is invited to discuss a Breakfast and Homework Club set to start next year. 

All ideas are welcome, and organisers are looking volunteer tutors and cooks. 

“Imagine starting your day and you’re hungry. And it’s distracting and you get sleepy, and it’s difficult to focus. I think that’s really important when you consider young people trying to learn,” organiser Michèle Jedlicka said.

“When a student voluntarily approaches an adult and says ‘I need help’, we need to help them.”

The meeting is at 1pm on Thursday, December 7 at 1pm at the BEST Access Centre.