After experiencing the terror of civil war in Liberia and homelessness in Australia, Steven received the support he needed to succeed. Now, he gives back by helping orphaned children in West Africa.
Jacqui Parker – Walking Together Project co-creator – says it’s time for non-Indigenous Australians to roll up their sleeves to achieve reconciliation.
Marley didn’t realise she was experiencing domestic and family violence until she was taught the signs – and learned she had the choice not to accept it.
After overcoming a traumatic childhood followed by homelessness and addiction, Casey is happier than ever and ready to change the world.
After family breakdown led to Chelsea being kicked out of home, she spent years couch surfing, missing out on school and battling the effects of trauma.
After Luke was kicked out of home, he was forced to pack his whole life into a duffel bag and couch surf to survive.