The mission of Awards Victoria is to advance the education, life experience and compassion of young Victorians, with a focus on supporting youth living with disabilities or who are otherwise disadvantaged.

To reduce inequality and assist young people to find their purpose and place in life we offer experiential learning programs which build life skills, confidence, self-esteem, resilience.

To support and enable inclusive participation in our programs we provide financial and other support to those in need, however most of the impact we achieve is through the direct work of our team.



Empowering young Victorians by delivering programs that develop leadership skills, resilience and self-esteem to the benefit of our communities.

Our programs create experiences that change lives as young people connect with their communities and are recognised for their achievements.

Each program empowers young people of any ability to develop their skills, improve their physical and mental health, increase their resilience, connect with new peers and mentors, and discover new pathways for their future.


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Awards Victoria Ltd is committed to being a child safe and child friendly organisation. It recognises, respects and promotes children’s rights and is committed to protecting and empowering children who come into contact with the organisation. At Awards Victoria Ltd children are to be listened to, taken seriously and treated with sensitivity and compassion.

Awards Victoria Ltd acknowledges that children’s safety is the responsibility of the whole community and recognises its own responsibilities in keeping children safe from abuse. It has a zero-tolerance approach to child abuse.

Awards Victoria Ltd values diversity and will not tolerate discriminatory practices. It recognises the vulnerabilities of particular groups of children and pays particular attention to the cultural safety of Aboriginal children and children from culturally and/or linguistically diverse backgrounds, and the safety of children with a disability.