Since 2010 Kids Thrive has empowered more than 5,000 kids to lead creative community change projects. From 0-12 years old, children have an incredible ability to make community change. Find out more.
Take a look at what can happen when children are empowered to get creative and lead change in their communities. From music albums to public art installations to bus trips to the You Yangs - the results have been spectacular!
Get Bootcamp in your school! This one-week program gives upper-primary students the tools to make positive community change. Based on our award-winning Kids as Catalyst program, it's been delivered around Victoria with great results.
Invest in tomorrow's change-makers, today. Donate to Kids Thrive and directly contribute to programs that empower Australian children aged 0-12 to make the change that they want to see in their communities.
It is a time of great uncertainty, fear and anxiety for many children, as the COVID-19 global pandemic continues to worsen. Each child must be given every
Kids Thrive has worked for 10 years to empower children to lead creative change in their communities and play an active role in the democratic process.
Right now, thousands of kids around Australia are doing it tough.
On 3 December 2019, millions of people across the globe mobilised to show up, give back, and change their communities. We want to say a very big thank you
Wyndham residents got a taste of the power of child-led change this week, when Grade 6 students stepped up to take part in Kids Thrive’s award-winning Ki
Kids Thrive founder and CEO Dr Andrea Lemon talks about why child-led change is important.
Wyndham students are gearing up for the ultimate Bootcamp; an intensive program that will empower them to become community change-makers for life.
Our biggest ever Kids as Catalyst Showcase was held at the Geelong Cats Stadium today! Check out the photo gallery!
200 students have asked Geelong leaders to fund 33 community change projects – and they got what they asked for.
Year 6 students at Northern Bay College have a nerve-wracking week ahead as they prepare to pitch for real funding for real community projects.
Are you trying to make a difference in your community? What role could local Geelong grade six students play in helping you achieve this?
Kids Thrive’s innovative creative leadership program Kids as Catalyst has won the 2017 VicHealth award for improving mental wellbeing.