Youth Off the Streets has thanked REDI.E Community Development Program (CDP) participants for their help in the relocation of the Bouke office, praising their work ethic and positive attitude.
REDI.E CDP participants worked with staff from Youth Off The Streets to move into their new work space, turning what could have been a tough job into light work.
Youth Off The Streets Team Leader Adam McLean has written a formal thank you to REDI and the team who completed the job.
‘I would like to acknowledge the attitude and work ethic of the crew led by Buddy Moore, as well as REDI.E employee David O’Sullivan for his prompt responses and direction throughout the process,’ said Adam.
He says he would happily advocate for the value of the CDP program.
‘It appears that the participants have a sense of purpose, pride and accountability to their colleagues and their community when completing their role,’ he said,
‘It is clear that this is an important and valuable service, not just to the participants, but to the wider community.’
REDI.E always appreciates the opportunity to connect with other local organisations, to undertake important projects that add value to the community.
This initiative is funded/supported by the Australian Government.