YWCA NSW supports vulnerable people across NSW at times in their lives when they need it most, regardless of their age, religion or gender. They help individuals, families and whole communities develop behaviours and skills to become strong and self-reliant. Their ‘Y It Takes A Village’ strategy drives their way of working in a ‘whole of community’ approach. This is centred upon collaborating with key community and service providers to ensure assistance is coordinated, effectively targeted and achieves the best results for people and the community in which they live. This is called ‘Place Management in Community Hubs’ and it is less about doing things ‘to’ or ‘for’ communities but increasingly acting ‘with’ communities and empowering them to build capacity and sustainability. YWCA NSW utilised the funds raised to establish the ‘FICAP Voices Program’, a program that has helped to mentor, educate and support children from Blair Mount and Macquarie Fields in south western Sydney.