BUMP is a powerful mentoring program for at-risk young mums run by Raise Foundation, empowering them socially and emotionally to  re-engage in life, education and employment.

Working with vulnerable young pregnant and parenting girls from the Parramatta & Dee Why areas, BUMP offers weekly mentoring by a local volunteer mum. Each participant chooses to develop a plan to return to education, or employment.

BUMP has already reached over 500 girls and recently found half of the participants (52%) have direct experience with domestic violence. With the support of a dedicated counsellor, the group program facilitates each young mum to advance their resilience and confidence in parenting abilities.


  • $1000 will enable  training of 12 volunteers
  • $325 provides an experienced counsellor for the weekly session
  • $24 provides one hour of mentoring for an at-risk young mum

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