Sanitary items should be a right NOT a privilege Share The Dignity work to ensure everyone is afforded the dignity so many of us take for granted. Their work directly benefits women in crisis.
In 2002 the Shack was pioneered to partner with the Nambour community to assist with its young people. From those humble abandoned butcher shop facilities to its current position at 19 Price St Nambour, the Shack has established itself as a significant thread in the fabric of the community. We are still privileged to connect with many young people, but have broadened our base to reaching the needs of all ages. We offer a 3-fold approach to our support taking the position that individuals are physical, spiritual and emotional. Our team of trained counsellors, accredited teachers and support workers have developed an empathetic and caring environment to support people to grow, learn and laugh. Our thumbnail: “a part of the solution” best illustrates our commitment to partner with other agencies and support groups to best meet the needs of our much loved communities.