Food deliveries & phone check-in’s, Glebe Youth Service going above and beyond
Glebe Youth Service (GYS) is a non-government organisation dedicated to the support of young people aged 12-24 who live, work, study or play in the Glebe area of Sydney. Throughout the COVID-19 Pandemic, GYS has had to transform their centre-based operation into an agile and online one. They provided youth programs remotely and a free food delivery service to over 100 people.
Dylan caught up with Keiran, Habil and Eloise from Glebe Youth Service to talk about their work.
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