Pathways to Resilience Trust | The Pathways to Resilience Trust
The Pathways to Resilience Trust (the “Trust”) is a charitable organisation established in August 2007 in Brisbane, Australia. The Trust was formed with the objective of building resilience in vulnerable families and communities through the promotion of social and emotional learning.
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The Pathways to Resilience Trust

OUR STORY

The Pathways to Resilience Trust (the “Trust”) is a charitable organisation established in August 2007 in Brisbane, Australia. The Trust was formed with the objective of building resilience in vulnerable families and communities through the promotion of social and emotional learning. Specifically, the Trust works to strengthen at-risk groups by introducing a common language of wellbeing in schools. By learning to speak this language, children, teachers and families will organically implement and maintain evidence-based strategies of social and emotional wellbeing in school, at home and throughout the broader community. The Trust currently operates out of its headquarters in West End and is governed by a board of trustees. You can read more about the members of the board, as well as information about our patron here. The Trust is registered as a Deductible Gift Recipient with the Australian Taxation Office.