Established in 2002, Kulture Break is a charity youth services provider with a community arts focus. Kulture Break is committed to the well-being, transformation and empowerment of young people. They do this by engaging young people in a safe, active and productive environment using the fine arts as a form of expression that empowers and transforms individuals. With depression, anxiety, suicide, drug and alcohol abuse, social isolation and childhood obesity prevalent in today’s society, their emphasis is on using early intervention measures by validating and affirming young people’s abilities and capacities. Their goal is that these young people believe in themselves and live life with purpose. Kulture Break conducts dance classes, mentoring and social skills 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 engaged with over 400,000 young people in schools, jails and communities all over the world. Kulture Break strives to deliver best practice programs and the highest quality product to the community. They seek to encourage team members to commit and take ownership of their roles so that they continue to produce inspiring, professional, balanced leaders for the future. Kulture Break's mission is to influence a culture and empower a generation. Through a platform of creative arts they offer a positive message of well-being, empowerment and transformation for youth. Creating foundations for patterns of repeatable positive experiences through the arts - this will enable young people to experience a sense of achievement and belonging, to build confidence that will produce stability and increased freedom to support making better choices throughout their lives. To continue doing what they do and impacting young lives, Kulture Break needs financial support to employ more staff and run more programs for at-risk and disengaged youth. Without the cash flow, the organisation is unable to continue to grow and help build and develop the lives of young people. They need your help and support, no matter how big or small!!