The Flagstaff Group is on the lookout for female mentors who can volunteer their time to support its brand-new program tailored to women with disabilities.
Titled 'Powering Up', the program is a holistic and practical approach for women living with disabilities to develop life and employment skills.
Funded by the NSW Government's, Investing in Women program, activities include face-to-face workshops covering self-esteem, inner health, employment skills and financial success through practical skills and mentoring as well as online workshops for women unable to attend the face to face events.
Flagstaff is looking for women from public and private business and community-based sectors who can volunteer their time and resources to help educate and support women to build the skills and confidence they need to lead secure and happy lives.
Programs will run in the Shoalhaven from March to May covering topics on health and fitness, cooking and nutrition, financial security and fun social activities.
Topics were selected after receiving feedback from women living with disability on what they believed was needed and lacking.
If you possess the knowledge and skills required to mentor women living with disability and want to make a difference, then we want to hear from you.
For more information on sessions and dates visit www.flagstaffgroup.com.au or call (02) 4272 0222.
About the Flagstaff Group
The Flagstaff Group provides life skills and work for people with a disability in a supportive and inclusive environment.
As a social enterprise, Flagstaff runs standalone business units that offer employment opportunities and skill development for people with disabilities.
As a registered NDIS provider, Flagstaff offers a number of community programs for people with an intellectual, acquired or physical disability. We celebrate abilities and work with each individual to meet their job and life skills.
The Flagstaff Group is a supported disability employment enterprise.
Through the business divisions, Flagstaff remains sustainable whilst bringing social benefits to the disability and economically to the local community.
As a not-for-profit organisation, Flagstaff reinvests all profits back into the lives of people with a disability by providing entry opportunities into the workforce and life skills training.