A COMMUNITY OF HELP AND HOPE
FEEDING THE HUNGRY. GIVING HOPE TO THE HOMELESS. HELPING THOSE IN NEED.
G Justice is not here to reinvent the wheel so where possible we will familiarise ourselves with existing services in the community. We will make clients aware of services available to them and refer clients on to those organisations that possess the services that meet the needs of the client. We will also work hard to create a community of help and hope by finding niche projects that meet needs in the gaps that exist within the parameters of current services. G Justice has no religious affiliation or association and exists for the direct relief of poverty, sickness, destitution, suffering or misfortune and for the benefit of the community or a section of it.
We have an excellent record of reliably fulfilling these outcomes in people’s lives. We also have enduring record of working closely in partnership with local and state governments. For over ten years we ran a highly successful partnered project with the City of Bayswater helping many ‘at risk’ young girls through our Family House for Community Youth. We recently decided to conclude the partnered project with the City of Bayswater in order to focus all our efforts on working with the MRA / City of Swan in the Midland area.
G Justice (and G Centre) has a recognised history of partnering with the local community through our numerous schools programs and after school with parents and families including our highly successful recovery groups. We have been on national news in both print in the West Australian, and TV with A Current Affair for our specialised one day Community We Care Day. Community We Care Day was an event that annually beautified 50 homes in the community in one huge day every year. We were given national acclaim by engaging the business, school and local community to do a school makeover at Lockridge Senior High School.