All our activities are delivered to lone parents and their children in a spirit of solidarity and professionalism. We believe lone parents have the right to accurate information and the opportunity to participate in society on an equal basis with all other citizens.
Participants in all our activities and programmes are invited to evaluate our practice at regular intervals.
Our organisational philosophy aims to encourage social and economic self-reliance; confidence and the development of skills.
- We keep ourselves fully informed about factors and trends affecting lone parent families at local, regional and national levels;
- We work in partnership with community and local development organisations and state agencies in the interests of lone parent families and for the benefit of all families living in our catchment area.
- We are committed to ensuring that our policies, activities and services do not discriminate against any person on grounds of gender, marital status, family status, sexual orientation, religious belief, age, disability, race or membership of the travelling community