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About In Memory of Edward

Edward Zammit born 18th October, 1997 was always full of life. In his short 20 years, Edward achieved amazing things and had some wonderful experiences. Edward was a beloved son to Michael and Samantha Zammit, cherished brother to William and Evelyn as well as a great mate to his many cousins and friends.

Edward died tragically in a car accident on the 7th August 2018 and will leave a massive hole in many hearts. Over the years, we have met friends of Edward who at times have struggled in their path from childhood to adulthood that Edward always supported - he had a huge heart. So when we were thinking about a charity that would be appropriate for friends, families, colleagues and organisations to contribute to, in lieu of sending flowers, we thought of the Reach Foundation. We are hopeful that in this small way, Edward can continue to help others make their journey into adulthood and live a fulfilling life.

May our son Edward always rest in peace.

Michael, Samantha, William and Evelyn Zammit

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Being young is not without it's struggles. Today's world is pretty complex and young people can experience a bunch of challenges that adults might not be able to relate to. One of the biggest hurdles is just having the confidence and support to be who they want to be. 

There are currently over 4 million young people living in Australia, and Reach works with over 40,000 of them a year. We have over 250 of them working with us; designing and delivering workshops in schools and the community. Our workshops are 100% youth-led, from design to delivery, and the community we create out of these workshops is one that allows for deeper connection, a sense of belonging, and the dispelling of judgements. A preventative, instead if having a focus on symptoms in adult life.  


Generations of confident, self-aware and passionate young people shaping the world. 


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