Centre For Hope's vision is to empower young disadvantaged Australians to respect themselves, to connect to the wider community and to create an inspired life.

Centre for Hope work with Australian youth aged 6 to 18 years who are suffering adversity through causes such as financial hardship, mental disorders, physical and learning disabilities, mental, physical and sexual abuse, substance abuse and suicidal tendencies and who, because of their circumstances, suffer a significant degree of helplessness.

Working with both Indigenous and non-Indigenous students to assist them to find their place in the wider community.

Centre For Hope focus coaching on:

Self Esteem,

Emotional Intelligence,

Setting Mission & Vision Statements,

and Goal Setting.

The purpose of the Centre for Hope is to help disadvantaged young Australians in the 6 to 18 year old age group through a Coaching and Mentoring program.

Centre for Hope provides coaches and mentors who are strong role models for the young persons as well as supporting their families or carers.

Mentors actively seek to link students to programs in the community such as Surfing Schools, Sporting Clubs, Boxing Clubs etc. and also encourage their participation in vocational activities.

The Umbrella Foundation Australia support this amazing organisation by donating 10% of all profits raised through fundraising efforts.  It is important that TUFA also support disadvantaged Australian youth.