Stay tuned for our next calendar!
Valley Youth wants all young people to feel loved and safe.
Rainbow Valley provides a welcoming, safe space for young people to hang out, create events, support each other and express who they are.
- Identify as same-sex attracted, queer, bisexual, intersex, transgender, asexual, gender diverse, questioning or curious
- Are aged 12 to 25
- Live, work, study or hang out in Moonee Valley
We’d love to meet you! We are currently in the process of bringing our regular monthly meet ups back – if you’d like to stay in the loop you can subscribe to our newsletter by signing up below.
Get in touch via the form or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more details.
Slice of Wellness
If you would like Valley Youth to visit your school please fill out the application form below:
Valley Youth is committed to offering equitable access to all schools across Moonee Valley. Applications will be evaluated on this basis, as well as program outcomes and staff availability.
Keep your eyes peeled, Valley Youth will be popping up in your neighbourhood soon!
We’ll be there, be amazing and be gone again.
Epic events. Awesome activities. Challenging comps. Inspiration and info. Tell us what you want more (or less) of in your ‘hood.
If you’re 12-25 and spend time in Moonee Valley, this is especially for you.
So keep an eye out around Moonee Valley, and follow us on Facebook or Instagram for more details.
If you’d like to volunteer at one of these events, we’d love your help! Email us at email@example.com
Feeling nervous about high school next year? Don’t worry, we’ve got your back!
We’ll be visiting Grade 6 classes throughout term four to give you the lowdown of Year 7. If you have any questions about high school, ask us! We’ll fill you in on how we can help you through it from managing your homework to keeping your friendships on track. PLUS, you’ll find out all about the other cool stuff you can do with us too, so keep an eye out for Valley Youth!
In 2018 we asked grade 6’s from Ascot Vale Primary School, Flemington Primary School, Keilor Heights Primary School and St. Vincent De Paul Primary School their thoughts on what was the biggest road safety issue they see. With their ideas, we teamed up with Youthworx to put them into this video! Check it out below:
In 2019 Valley Youth facilitated grade 6 workshops to support transitioning into Year7. The workshops included the following:
– what is mental health
– things to do to maintain positive mental health and
– identifying friends, adults and professionals they can turn to if they are feeling worried and stressed