Jesus Racing provides a highly interactive and engaging program to face to High School Students and those incarcerated. The program is known as Life Choices and has been running across Australia over the past 7 years. This program has received rave reviews and has been delivered to over 250,000 students.
It was from the basis of this success that the Life Choices Foundation was created thus providing a home for the program and a platform to increase the assistance it provides to those facing complexed and difficult circumstances.
Part of the broader Beyond Blue organisation this site is set up specifically for youth and deals with youth issues in a “teenage” sensitive way. It is full of resources, information and helpful links for teenagers that may be struggling with the complexities of life.
The Australian Prison Foundation is a non profit organisation dedicated to providing assistance to those touched by prisons in Australia. We are interested in the following areas:
  • supporting and assisting research into Australian prisons,
  • providing information and support to prisoners, prisoners families, and people working in the corrections field
  • forming partnerships of support with other prison groups

We seek to create:

  • a database of prison support organisations and individuals
  • a library of research and information
  • links between communities and prisons

William Wilberforce MP championed the cause of slaves in England in the 18th and 19th centuries until the abolition of slavery became a reality in the Commonwealth.  He also led the movement for the second reformation of manners, seeking to see transformation in society and a reduction in crime.
The William Wilberforce Foundation trains local people to run these programs and courses in their own local community. Not only does this mean the programs and courses can be run in many locations around Australia, it also means the courses are truly local, run by local volunteers who care about making a difference in their own community.
William Wilberforce Foundation was established in Australia to support Churches and community groups to care for marginalized and disadvantaged Australians, particularly focusing on; ex-offenders, addiction and family breakdown.

Our purpose is to inspire, encourage and support fathers and father
figures in our community to be more present and pro-active at every stage
of their kids¹ life. A positive relationship with their kids means they

  • Less likely to use illicit substances
    Have improved mental health and a stronger sense of worth resulting in
    less self-harm and suicide
  • Better in health and general wellbeing
  • Further developed cognitive ability
  • Performing better in schools

After all, our work is benefiting kids around Australia.


Headspace is the National Youth Mental Health Foundation providing early intervention mental health services to 12-25 year olds.
The service is designed to make it easy as possible for a young person and their family to get the help they need for problems affecting their wellbeing. This covers four core areas: mental health, physical health, work and study support and alcohol and other drug services.
The services can be accessed through headspace centres, online counselling service eheadspace and postvention suicide support program headspace School Support.


Kids Helpline is Australia¹s only free, 24/7 phone and online counsellingnservice for young people aged 5 to 25.
For 25 years Australia¹s kids and young people have been turning to our professional, specialised counsellors, no matter who they are, where they live or what they want to talk about. Over this time, we have responded to over 7.5 million contacts.
For some young people, connecting with Kids Helpline has been a life-saving experience, while for others it¹s about practical help and
emotional support at the critical moment they need someone to listen.


Lifeline is a national charity providing all Australians experiencing a personal crisis with access to 24 hour crisis support and suicide
prevention services. Somewhere in Australia there is a new call to Lifeline every minute. People call Lifeline¹s 24 hour crisis line 13 11 14 about:

  • Suicidal thoughts or attempts
  • Personal crisis
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Loneliness
  • Abuse and trauma
  • Stresses from work, family or society
  • Self-help information for friends and family