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 the booyah project

The Booyah Project began over ten years ago by our dad as a dedication to the memory of his younger brother Phillip who chose to end his life five years earlier. Booyah was Phillips favourite saying and would say it after he did something good.  

The purpose of the Booyah Project is to provide an environment that allows young people and adults to share their stories so that they too can feel good afterwards. The Project utilises the arts of music production, songwriting and performance as ways in which they can express themselves.

Over the past seven years we’ve supported young people and adults to write, produce, record and perform their own stories in a space that is safe, therapeutic and non judgemental. The Booyah Project is funded through fees from our professional and corporate work, however we are open to sponsorships that may be offered. For a sample of some of the music we've produced go to: The following are govt agencies and community groups we’ve worked with:

ACT Council of Social Services
Communities @Work
YWCA Canberra
Ted Noffs Foundation
Barnardos Australia 
The Create Foundation
Life Without Barriers
Youth Coalition of The ACT
Tenants ACT
Community Directorate 
Adult Corrections ACT
Belconnen Community Services
Woden Community Services
Disabilities ACT
Belconnen Arts Centre
Elevate Academy
Australian Red Cross
Education Directorate
Richmond Fellowship
Care Australia
Cyclops ACT
Headspace Canberra
Messengers Program
Multicultural Youth Services
Rotaract Club of Canberra
Take Hold Services
Talking Blak
Gugan Gulwan
Winnunga Health Services
United Nations Youth Services
Volunteering ACT
Tuggeranong Arts 
United Nesian Movement
Pacific Island United
Australian National University
University of Canberra
Australian Catholic University

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