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♥♥♥ OUR GOAL at FD is to help girls:
1. Feel empowered and inspired
2. Find their path
3. Have a safe space to express themselves
4. Learn skills from other awesome women in the community
5. Feel happy and uplifted
to nurture and celebrate the unique gifts of our girls and young women in a fun & uplifting way
to support the growth and flourishing of girls and women into healthy, confident, creative and compassionate custodians of our communities and planet
As a collective of mothers, sisters, daughters, nieces, aunts and friends, we have come together to unify the Future Dreamers vision.
We are aware of our responsibility, as a collective of diversely skilled women linked to a wider community, to provide support and guidance required for girls to not only thrive but also transition into healthy women. Adolescence is the locus of both our crisis and opportunity. At Future Dreamers we recognise the potency of this; the myriad of influences and modern-day challenges, questions and explorations that shape the forming individual. Always, but especially throughout this time, we are motivated to know our girls more deeply, to listen to them, support them and inspire them to find what makes their hearts sing. To offer them grounded yet imaginative, open-minded and creative perspectives on how they might choose to think, act, love, look and be. We believe that our young women hold within them great magic and unbridled potential to express, love and contribute to the world in their own valuable way.
Catherine moved to Byron Bay in 2015 from Melbourne, bringing with her a passion for art and design. Catherine studied Interior Design at RMIT in Melbourne and went on to run her own Interior Design business for 10 years. Catherine’s 6 years at an all-girls school instilled in her the importance of strong female guidance and support and how inspiring it can be when girls are encouraged to pursue their dreams.
Leah has a passion for philanthropic pursuits coupled with a love of the arts. After studying Fashion design at university, turned her hand to being a stylist, curating creative installations. During this time Leah was the director of the Scanlon Foundation, which supports social cohesion, and she is currently running a private ancillary fund the Wake Field Foundation.
Aside from a diverse range of qualifications and life experience, all employees of the Girls’ Club have current Working With Children Checks and First Aid certification.