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Face to face classes on hold due to COVID-19

23 March 2020

Dear Kulture Break community,

We are living through extraordinary times. This crisis is significant in both scale and unpredictability. For us, our focus is on the health and safety of our team and the community we serve. We have been closely following the situation and have been adjusting our response continually.

After the ACT Government’s decision to close all non-essential services yesterday we had to take the hard and unfortunate decision to suspend all face to face delivery of our programs starting tomorrow March 24th.

For our dance programs, we plan to deliver online classes until the end of this term. Details will be released on how and when our online classes will be available. It is our intention to resume face to face programs at the beginning of term 2 should circumstances permit.

In closing, I would like to thank you all for your support and encourage you to stay healthy and positive as we go through these challenges together.

If there is anything that we can do to support you through this situation, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Yours sincerely,
Francis Owusu
Kulture Break

Established in 2002, Kulture Break is an organisation committed to the wellbeing, transformation and empowerment of young people and the community. We do this by engaging them in a safe and active environment, using the performing arts and leadership development to empower and change lives | read our story

Kulture Break conducts dance classes, mentoring and social skilling programs, tailored workshops, seminars and conferences, motivational talks and performances for schools, government agencies and community organisations across Australia and internationally.

Since its inception, Kulture Break has worked with over 400,000 young people in schools, jails and communities all over the world | more about Kulture Break

If you would like to assist us in changing lives throughout Canberra, simply donate via PayPal using the donate button below.

Note | All donations above $2 are tax deductible. If you require a tax receipt please email accounts@kulturebreak.com

Kulture Break programs & initiatives include:

Risk prevention dance mentoring program | more

Risk prevention dance mentoring program | more

Growing the skill and confidence of Canberra’s young people | more

Dance Nation 2018

Arts program for primary and high school aged students | more

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