Bonds Partners With Youth Organisation Reach For 2018

Bonds Partners With Youth Organisation Reach For 2018

Iconic underwear and clothing brand Bonds has announced it has teamed up with Reach, a youth organisation dedicated to helping young people across Australia.

As a key sponsor for 2018, the support Bonds will provide is also helping the program reach teens in the Northern Territory for the first time.

Together, Bonds and Reach will roll out a comprehensive secondary school workshop program involving over 20,000 young people across 437 workshops in more than 120 schools throughout Victoria and NSW.

The workshops are run 100 per cent for and by young people, providing much needed support to students between years 7 and 12.

Emily Small, head of marketing at Bonds, said: “As the principle partner, Bonds are proud to be able to support a powerful and inspiring youth organisation such as Reach and

the important work they do with Australian youths to help them find their voice.

“The impact of Reach’s work on the community is outstanding, making a real difference in the lives of young people.”




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