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2014 ANNUAL REPORT


new futures Each year we adapt and grow, playing a critical role in creating new futures for young people 2realise their potential, remaining committed to our evidence based approach.

2realise is a charity that inspires every young person to dare to dream and achieve their goals in wellbeing, education and employment.

2realise Programs

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Treasurer’s Report

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Vision, Mission, Values

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Operations Report

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The Growth of 2realise

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Events

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Chair/CEO Report

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Partners and Supporters

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Organisation Chart

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Financial Report

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Highlights

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Our Staff

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2realise programs are designed to address identified need and through our collaborative approach inspire young people 2realise their potential.

Providing specialist employment services.

Businesses providing young people a real-life, meaningful experience in the workplace through an industry visit concept.

Building young people’s physical and mental wellbeing so they can be more resilient and reach their potential.

Collaboration

Allows students studying industrybased VET courses to practise and develop their industry competencies and their employability skills in a vibrant real work context.

work placement

In partnership with Johnson & Johnson and Rabobank, working on national and international programs inspiring young people to stay in school, excel academically, and elevate their career aspirations.

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Vision Every young person 2realise their potential.

Mission To inspire every young person to dare to dream and achieve their goals in wellbeing, education and employment.

We Value • Young people • Respect • Working together • And daring to dream

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The Growth of 2realise

2014 1999-2005 Established in 1999 as Hills Schools Industry Partnership (HillsSIP). Delivered Structured Workplace Learning only.

2013

2005-2009 Delivered the Local Community Partnership Program in conjunction with the Structured Workplace Learning program on a local level.

2010-2014 Delivered the Partnership Broker program for two regions in Northern Sydney and broadened partnerships to a regional level.

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Rebranded as 2realise to reect the organisation’s new direction. Broadened partnerships to a state and national level and introduced new programs.

Major research project undertaken to develop the 2realise Collaboration Framework underpinning all programs. Strategic realignment of services and diversified funding streams pursued.

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Chair/CEO Report New Futures is a very deliberate choice for our theme

With the support of the Board, we began planning for this

this year, because it speaks not only to those young

two years prior so we could be in a position to thrive rather

people we are seeking to inspire, but also to the

than just survive. We took active steps to develop fee-for-

organisation itself. You could argue the future is always

service programs to fill the need, and built a team to face

new, but the reality is the path we tread can change and

the challenges ahead. The goal remains: to inspire every

often has to in order to realise potential. Taking control

young person to dare to dream and achieve their goals in

and determining a new path, a new future, is the role the

wellbeing, education and employment.

organisation is increasingly playing in the lives of young

We invested in extensive research that revealed the extent

people. Along the way we have also taken our own

to which collaboration has become a critical element for

calculated risks to change our own path, and in doing so

success in the community sector. It led to the publication

we are building towards a bright new future for 2realise.

of our ‘Collaboration Framework’ which outlines our methodology and the evidence supporting it both overall

2014 was a year of change, brought on by the development

and on a case by case basis. The 2realise collaboration

of new programs and shifts in funding structures. We

framework underpins all our programs and engagements.

conducted a research project, were invited to speak at

The collaboration framework facilitates working with others

the Alliance Building and Training Session as part of the

to achieve shared goals. We are actively skilled and capable

Bridge to Employment Program in Cork, Ireland, increased

of delivering through our processes of needs analysis,

our national presence and harnessed new

engagement, solution, evaluation and sustainability.

skills into the team to take us forward in 2015.

While in 2014 we successfully administered the Partnership Broker program and the Work Placement Program, we

The Federal Government’s

also carried on driving our own initiatives. industry bites

announcement to end the

has continued to attract businesses and schools

Partnership Broker program

with its unique structure. Bridge to Employment completed

became effective on 31 December

its first year of operation. Indeed, representatives from

2014. Our success with this program

Johnson & Johnson had already begun talking about the

has allowed us to continue developing

success of the program at our last AGM. This led to our

and delivering new initiatives.

Rowena Stulajter, CEO

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presentation in Cork where we focused on the initiatives we

entry into Macquarie University for 2015. She connected

have developed and how we have successfully harnessed

with 2realise after attending an industry bites visit last year,

community engagement.

and since then has been a passionate advocate for the work we do. Our Ambassador Program has been developed so

The 2014 AGM included a presentation from Lyn Worsley,

that we can continue working with those people who have

Author and Clinical Psychologist, on “Building sector

a particular connection with us. As a 2realise Ambassador,

resilience in times of uncertainty”. It was a fitting presentation

Sam has made a commitment to help raise our profile and

as we ourselves were facing uncertainty about future

understanding of what we do within the public sphere in a

financial sustainability. She gave the 50 people who attended

variety of different ways.

an insight into her ‘Resilience Doughnut’ model, which lays the platform for the future success of organisations. It

2realise has been accredited with the ISO9001 (the

generated a lot of positive comments about our approach

international standard for Quality Management System)

including, “What I admire most about 2realise is their

which reflects our commitment to quality and continuous

connecting strengths to strive mentality.”

improvement for our customers, stakeholders and employees so that we can assist young people to realise

New programs have also arisen with brave attracting strong

their potential. This accreditation represents our commitment

support from those who have witnessed its implementation

to quality, reliability and continual improvement.

into the school system. brave is designed to empower young people by improving their physical and mental

The latter stages of 2014 were spent planning a new venture

wellbeing, so they can be more resilient and reach their

which launched in February 2015, 2realise your career.

potential. The program can be adapted to suit different

In the changing world of work, we saw

schools experiencing different needs. It is a fee-for-service

an opportunity in the market to

model, symbolic of funding structures which now empower

support young people to

those in need of the service to determine what programs will

find meaningful careers, to

suit themselves.

become employable and to find a job. We welcomed

We appointed our first Ambassador, Samantha Murray at a

a new staff member with

ceremony in November where she was presented with an

expertise which enables us to

Ambassador pin. Sam has recently completed her HSC at

offer a full recruitment service.

Marsden High School and has already accepted an early

Samantha Murray, 2realise Ambassador

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Our focus on young people is an advantage as is being

as the National Coordinator. Along the way, we also joined

part of a charitable organisation, making us a uniquely

the NSW Business Chamber, the Community Resource

competitive option.

Network and the Community Council for Australia. Our role is not just in representing young people, but in presenting

We now offer a clear array of services designed to help young

2realise as a national leader.

people at various critical phases of their development to improve their mental, social and physical wellbeing. We are

We have commenced 2015 with lots of activity, seeing

offering them programs which empower them and give them

the growth in new and existing programs. Just prior to

a clearer direction to make a better contribution to society.

writing this report the staff and Board participated in a one-day strategic planning workshop. Forward thinking,

With several new ideas currently being worked on, we are

understanding the need to assist young people to make a

excited at the prospect of further impact 2realise can make

real difference to their lives and being evidence based but

in our community.

innovative in our approach, underlies our planning. It was an

What 2realise offers the community is a considerable long

opportunity to solidify our direction and has given everyone a

term social and financial benefit. We take young people

renewed focus.

at risk of failing, to being able to actively contribute to the

The governance role, active support and commitment from

community. We help them to the point where they find and

the Board has been widely appreciated and we take this

start a career they are passionate about.

opportunity to thank all members, outgoing and current,

The organisation which began 2014 was even stronger by

for their efforts. The staff particularly

the end of the year. We have diversified our revenue streams

are to be congratulated for the role

and further strengthened our brand. We have branded

they have played in helping us

each of our programs as part of 2realise, building our global

emerge from the changes in

profile. 2realise has a reputation which is attracting new

2014 to be a strong team in

relationships, one of which is our new partnership with

2015 with a new future.

Rabobank coordinating the Farm Experience Program

With several new ideas currently being worked on, we are excited at the prospect of further impact 2realise can make in our community. Gordon Conn, Chair

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Organisation Chart

Chief Executive Officer

External Specialists* Quality Management

Communications & Marketing

Representative

Finance IT

Business Manager

Recruitment Consultant

Office Manager

Community Projects Officer

Work Placement Team Members

Administrative Officer

Grants & Fundraising Officer

Current as of March 2015

*2realise employs external specialists to provide ongoing cost effective resources.

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Our Staff 2realise recognises that the key to its success is having

• First Aid

skilled, dedicated and passionate staff to fulfil the

• Coping with Change

organisation’s mission and vision and adhere to our

• Anti-smoking workshop

values. We continued to build the capability in our team,

• School to Work Transition Forum

by hiring the expertise we need to see our programs

• Certificate III & IV in Fitness

thrive. This is supported by a strong focus on staff

• Engaging Parents of Adolescents

development to offer opportunities for growth.

• Good Sheppard ‘Our Daughters’ Conference’

In 2014 we provided staff with training and development

• ‘Beef Cakes and Barbie Dolls’ Youth Health Forum

by attending/participating/completing the following:

• Microsoft Excel and Word training • LinkedIn training

From left: Taryn Soderman, Rebecca Deep, Natalie Reid, Anne Walter, Rowena Stulajter, Linda van Meygaarden, Elizabeth Miles, Dennis Seo, Queenie Connell. Inset: Kalana Tennakoon

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CEO, Rowena Stulajter completed her Masters of Arts in Organisational Communication and an ACWA e3 Leadership Program. Rowena is also the Board Secretary for CRN (Community Resource Network).

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Staff were given the opportunity throughout 2014 to participate in the following groups:

“The whole team has a genuine passion for what they do. Everyone works collectively

• Community Council for Australia

as a team and nothing is ever too much

• NSW Business Chamber

trouble. 2realise provides so many

• Hornsby Ku-ring-gai Youth Interagency

opportunities for young people and such a

• Lower North Shore Youth Interagency

positive impact on their lives. I wish there

• Northern Sydney Parent

were more organisations like this around

Engagement Strategy • Ryde Hunters Hill Youth Interagency • Hills Multicultural Network • Hills Mental Health Interagency • Hills Youth Service Network

when I was at school.” Natalie Reid Staff are encouraged to make presentations at conferences or when invited into other work places, on behalf of the organisation. These include:

• Hills Domestic Violence and

Presentation:

Prevention Committee • Northern Sydney Region Chinese

Parents as Career

Community Network

Transition Support (PACTS)

• Northern Sydney Korean

workshops

Community Network

To:

By:

Parents/carers of young people aged between

Dennis Seo

13 to 18 with a disability

• Career Advisors Australia NSW Northern Sydney Network

Building strong partnerships

• Community Resource Network

with tertiary

• Hills Generalist Interagency

education providers

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ABTS Conference

Rebecca Deep

Ireland

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Treasurer’s Report 2014 has been a year of preparation and early stage implementation of a new client-focused approach to address a changing environment. This was the logical progression of our past efforts, building on the milestone year of 2013 where a successful rebranding and refocus of the organisation was achieved.

The Future Period – Challenges and Opportunities Into 2015, 2realise will focus on developing this expanded direction and will continue to pursue new opportunities. We are aware that time and effort needs to be expended wisely in the development of any new opportunities. 2015 will be a pivotal year for 2realise which will see

The Financial Year in Review

positive dividends from making our strategic plans a reality.

2014 results exceeded our expectations with more services,

The solid effort of the past few years has made it possible

and new service areas, effectively delivered at a lower

for the groundwork to be put in place to effectively respond

cost than was originally anticipated. A standout of 2014

to a changing operating environment.

was the effort to develop, build and deliver 2realise your

2realise will continue to build on our track record to build a

career, a new fee-for-service specialist employment service

solid foundation for a sustainable operation into the future.

placing high quality candidates aged between 15 and 25 into meaningful and relevant employment. These efforts are already starting to show dividends. The framework has now been established to allow the Board, through the Finance Audit & Risk Subcommittee, to closely monitor financial and operational progress on a monthly basis. This process has matured and allows prompt analysis and reporting of the results of the business, enabling timely decisions to improve organisational outcomes.

The solid effort of the past few years has made it possible for the groundwork to be put in place to effectively respond to a changing operating environment. William Horton

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Operations Report The Partnership Broker Program

HIGHLIGHTS

The Partnership Broker program encouraged a

• The Chinese Parents Forum Series was a successful

whole-of-community approach to improving education

example of how Culturally and Linguistically Diverse

and transition outcomes for all young people. It

(CALD) communities can be engaged. Presented in

involved building and enhancing partnerships between

Mandarin they addressed topics such as HSC study,

education and training providers, business and industry,

school performance and young people’s mental wellbeing.

parents and families, and community groups. The goal

There was an average of 90 parents at each forum and

was to support young people to achieve a Year 12 or

evaluations reflected the demand for these issues to be

equivalent qualification and successfully transition from

addressed in our community. The series is now looking

school to further education and employment.

to expand into different communities and be presented in other community languages.

The Partnership Broker program was funded by the Department of Education to deliver this nationally.

• The Hornsby Apprenticeship and Training Expo

2realise held the contract for two regions in NSW

attracts 300 students and parents and is the only event

(4 and 6) covering the Hills District through to North

of its kind in the Northern Sydney region. Funding is now

Sydney. The funding ended on 31 December 2014.

coming from exhibitors and partners. There is now a greater focus on careers.

2realise brokered an additional 10 partnerships in 2014, which was consistent with the growth in the previous year. These new partnerships resulted in: • Galston High School Café

• CALD parent workshops

• Rabbit on campaign

• Farm Experience (FX)

• Empowering Young Minds Forum • Hornsby Ku-ring-gai Youth Forum • Young Healthy Minds Forum

Program with Rabobank • Ryde Apprenticeship and Traineeship Expo • Streetsmart service • Work Inspirations • Discover Engineering 13

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• Work Inspirations was a program supported by The Smith Family, Partnership Brokers, schools and Stocklands. Based around Stockland assets, this collaborative partnership was developed to deliver a program that integrates with the curriculum. It offered internal and external activities for students in Years 10 to 12 to explore and connect with career opportunities, pathways and mentors within the property industry. 2realise partnered with both Stocklands and McDonalds to deliver the Work Inspirations program to local schools. THE WAY FORWARD We have adapted the learnings from this program and undertaken further research in order to develop our own Collaboration Framework. This underpins all our programs and is outlined in detail in a separate booklet. It includes details of the analysis and success of our programs and events. Our Collaboration Framework, enables us to deliver a greater diversity of services, including several new programs listed on the following pages. 2realise has created new streams for funding the delivery of both existing and new programs.

“The work 2realise does makes a real positive difference to the young people in our community and beyond.” Elizabeth Miles

Hornsby Ku-ring-gai Youth Forum

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THE WAY FORWARD We have identified the potential for brave to address a variety of young peoples’ needs because of its flexibility. The program model can be adapted to be delivered to a broader The brave program empowers young people to improve their physical and mental wellbeing, so they can be

range of young people from community spaces, rather than exclusively in-school.

more resilient and reach their potential. The program is tailored to suit the needs of a group of between 15 and 40 students. Each week, the participants are involved in a two hour session; the first hour focusing on fitness and after a healthy snack, the second hour is a wellbeing workshop focusing on developing areas of identified need within the group. HIGHLIGHTS • Being able to take a flexible approach to meeting the needs of students. • Marsden High School brave program was supported by the City of Ryde Council through both ‘in kind’ offering of venues and facilitation of one session with the students. • 66% of students who completed the program improved in their overall wellbeing assessment outcomes, with some students improving by 20 points or more (out of 200 points). • 100% of students improved their fitness assessments • Parents and teachers commented on positive changes they could see in students.

“Seeing the difference in attitude, school attendance and overall positivity of the students that participated was my favourite part of 2014.” Rebecca Deep 15

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work placement

HSC Industry Curriculum Framework

The work placement program is funded by the NSW Department of Education and Communities. It assists with the mandatory work placement component of student’s Vocational Education and Training (VET) course, which they complete as part of the their

Number of employers (ACTIVE)

Automotive

30

Electrotechnology

20

Construction

126

Higher School Certificate. In 2014 we organised 1500 work placements. 496 employers hosted students studying particular industry-based courses, to practise and develop their industry competencies and their employability skills in a vibrant real work context.

Financial Services

1

Human Services

-

Hospitality

122

Metal and Engineering

12

Retail

15

Business Services

46

Primary Industries

4

Information and Digital Technology Entertainment Industry

38

Tourism, Travel and Events

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2014

1500

Brendan Gembitsky (Coordinator National Partnership Youth Attainment & Transitions Senior Pathways Unit DEC) presenting Student Award to Jonathon Morgan, Galston High School.

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HIGHLIGHTS • The annual Begin 2realise Awards (see Events on page 22 for more information). These Awards are to acknowledge those students who have shown outstanding qualities, or simply went above and beyond what was expected during their work placement. 34 students were presented with an award. • Completing a work placement can really focus and guide a student down their future career path. It is extremely rewarding when good news stories are given by employers about the students, especially when students gain employment as a result of their efforts and achievements on work placement. • Microsoft Australia commenced hosting work placement students by hosting two students in 2014. In consultation with Microsoft, 2realise developed an application process to ensure the students understood the expectations of work placement within the organisation. Both students took invaluable experiences away from their work placements. THE WAY FORWARD Research shows that work placement builds self-confidence in young people as well as promoting pathways to employment and further study. This experience can improve work-readiness and support school completion. Our role as a Work Placement Provider helps ensure that students are benefiting from quality work placements and plays a role in

“It is important to expose young people

connecting business, school and community. We continue to provide this valuable service, utilising our relationships

to the world of work and give them

with businesses to provide effective placements in the

practical experience in the setting of

industries needed, to benefit students.

their potential career pathway.” Dennis Seo 17

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HIGHLIGHTS • The program now includes 13 companies and 14 schools with 360 students participating in 2014. • 29 visits were arranged in 2014. • 90% of students said the visit changed their ideas around the company and working with them. • 87% learned about jobs in the industry they did not know about previously.

2realise industry bites is a cross sector collaboration

showcasing the types of career paths within and the

connecting business and schools. It has been developed

requirements to reach these.

to enable young people, teachers, principals and career

THE WAY FORWARD

advisors to experience and better understand career

industry bites now forms part of a more comprehensive

options, by providing real-life, meaningful experience in

program educating and up-skilling young people to

the workplace through an industry visit concept.

be successful in the workplace. It includes exposing

The aim of the program is to provide young people

young people to the world of work and building on the

with a snapshot into a particular industry by visiting an

related soft skills required to be a productive and

organisation, where employees share their experiences,

valuable employee.

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THE WAY FORWARD Students have just entered year two of the three year program for the current intake, where they receive additional academic support to complete their Higher School Certificate. Plans are currently underway to build on the sustainability of Bridge to Employment is an initiative of Johnson &

the program once this cohort of students graduate.

Johnson that aims to inspire young people to stay in school, excel academically and evaluate their career aspirations. A group of 47 students from Marsden High School are introduced to various career paths in the health industry, motivated to pursue higher levels of education and take the steps necessary to build a better future and achieve their full potential. HIGHLIGHTS • 35 Johnson & Johnson employees volunteered their time to mentor participating students. • Students participated in an exclusive ‘behind the scenes’ tour of Macquarie University Hospital. • Students were given the opportunity to participate in video conferences with other Bridge to Employment students around the world.

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The program was piloted in 2014 – with 6 students participating from Galston High School in NSW. They were hosted by 3 farms in the Griffith region. HIGHLIGHTS • All participants found the experience extremely valuable. Rabobank has contracted 2realise to be the National

• All host farmers would like to participate in the

Program Coordinator for the Farm Experience (FX)

program again.

program running throughout Australia. The concept

• Students presented their experiences to both their peers

was developed in response to several areas of

at school assembly and also to Rabobank employees at

concern Rabobank Farmers Councils identified

the Darling Harbour office.

within their industry:

• Working with Rabobank’s Sustainable Business

• long term capacity,

Development Team to create an FX Program manual

• awareness about the complexities and opportunities

to assist other Client Councils around Australia to deliver

in farming,

the Program.

• improving the reputation of the industry,

THE WAY FORWARD

• knowledge about of the production of food and fibre

The FX Program will be run in Queensland, South Australia

including its introduction to the food supply chain.

and Western Australia for the first time in 2015, along with other locations which are still to be confirmed. It is

The program is a partnership between Rabobank Client

hoped that the program will continue to expand into new

Councils and metropolitan schools. Each FX Program

regions over the coming years, as more Client Councils

is delivered through the local branch Client Council, who

become involved.

would like to host students in their region. Its aim is to give city students the opportunity to discover more about farming and rural lifestyles, as well as showcasing the diversity of career opportunities the food and fibre sector can offer, by experiencing first hand working on a farm and attending various related agribusinesses. Upon completion of the program, participants then share what they have experienced and learnt with their peers, helping to educate others on the food and fibre industry. A NNUA L RE PO RT 2 0 14

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“I really enjoyed the whole experience. I believe that it is a big eye opener into the agricultural industry and how much they actually do for Australia. I learnt a lot and it also made me step out of my comfort zone and realise that anything I set my mind to I can accomplish.�

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Events 2realise participates in, and in many cases helps organise events through establishing collaborations with a range of community organisations. The following

Begin 2realise Awards

are examples of events held in 2014: Rabbit on campaign 2realise was on the organising committee for the Hills Mental Health Interagency campaign for mental health month 2014 – Rabbit on. This campaign brought together 19 different organisations and over 40 different volunteers to display the illuminated rabbits from the Vivid Festival at Orange Blossom Festival and Rouse Hill Town Centre. The objective of the campaign was to encourage the community to ‘rabbit on’ about mental health, increasing awareness of mental health and service providers in the area. The success of this campaign was recognised with a Hills Shire Australia Day Award.

The Begin 2realise Awards have been established by 2realise as an opportunity to recognise student work placement achievement. Students, teachers, parents and employers were among the 80 who attended the event at Eden Gardens where 34 students received awards. Special Guest was Brendan Gembitsky, NSW Department of Education and Communities - Senior Coordinator National Partnership of Youth Attainment. Post School Options Expo for Students with a Disability This expo was held again in Chatswood for its third consecutive year, bringing together over 100 exhibitors and attended by over 800 people. The event will continue to run to provide information and advice to young people with a disability who are looking for education and employment options.

Young Healthy Minds Forum 2realise has been one of the driving partners in developing the Youth Mental Health Forum model since 2012, where we became instrumental in seeing them run across Northern Sydney. This involves engaging with regional youth interagencies to establish a steering committee sharing our expertise and knowledge of the model. 2014 brought two new locations - Lower North Shore and The Hills and with a whole community approach the forums are well into planning for 2015. In 2012, 22 schools participated with 213 students attending. Last year this grew to 35 schools and 646 students. The success of this forum was recognised through a nomination in the Hills Shire Australia Day Awards. A NNUA L RE PO RT 2 0 14

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Launch of StreetSmart (highlighted in the last Annual Report) StreetSmart provides an outdoor drop-in space for young people on a weekly basis with the aim of providing an information and referral service. Led by Wesley Mission, the program is delivered in partnership with 2realise, Rouse Hill Town Centre and MTC Youth Connections. In 2014 we held five significant events as part of the program including: the launch festival, Short Fuse Film Festival, Guardians of the Galaxy Movie Night, ReActiv8 the Court Basketball Tournament and Red Frogs Skate Comp. The success of this partnership was recognised with a Hills Shire Australia Day award.


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Post School Options Expo for Students with a Disability

Begin 2realise Awards

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Partners and Supporters Thank you to our Funding Bodies: Department of Education NSW Department of Education and Communities

4%

3%

2%

16%

75%

Department of Education

“You can’t underestimate the impact

NSW Department of Education and Communities

on a young person’s life and prospects

Donations and Sundry Income

when they are given the skills to

Sponsorship from Johnson & Johnson

believe in themselves, gain workplace

Local Grants

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experience, or find a job.” Anne Walter

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Thank you to our

• Johnson & Johnson

• Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel

• McDonalds

• Stephen Sanig Research Institute

• Castle Hill Holden

• Microsoft Australia

• Sydney College of Skin Care

• Castle Hill Police

• Offset Alpine Printing

• The Concourse

• Interfab

• Oracle

• Woolworths Ltd

industry bites partners:

Thank you to our work inspiration partners:

Thank you to our 10 year Work Placement Employers:

• McDonald’s and The Stockland Group - Balgowlah

• Il Lago

• Telstra - Wireless Devices

• Interfab Pty Ltd

• Armack Building Services

• Merit Homes

• Cafe Sydney

• Navarra Venues - Oatlands House

• Castle Hill RSL Ltd

• North Rocks Computer Technology

• Castle Hill Tavern

• Novotel Sydney Norwest

• Cisco Systems - St Leonards

• Overkill Engineering

• Hogs Breath Cafe

• Swissotel Sydney

• Hornsby RSL

• Target - Castle Hill 25

& Applications

• The Epping Club • The Galston Club Bistro • The Hills Lodge Grand Mercure • The Winston • Travel by Design • Turrell Building Services Pty Ltd (Construction)

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ABN 80 481 576 931

Financial Report For the year ended 31 December, 2014

Board of Directors

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Board’s Report

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Auditors Independence Declaration under

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Section 307C of the Corporations Act 2001 Statement of Profit or Loss and other Comprehensive Income

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Statement of Financial Position

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Statement of Changes in Equity

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Statement of Cash Flows

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Notes to the Financial Statements

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Statement by Members of the Board

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Auditor’s Report

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2realise would like to thank Crowe Horwath for conducting the audit at a pro bono rate.

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Board of Directors

Current as of 30 April 2015

Rowena Stulajter

William Horton

David Milne

Position: CEO

Position: Treasurer

Position: Secretary (Chair 2011-2013)

Portfolio: Finance and Funding

Subcommittee membership: Finance,

Rowena is currently the CEO and

Audit & Risk

Public Officer of 2realise. Throughout

William is a global entrepreneur

her career she has worked in diverse

and has performed senior

David currently works in the NFP

roles relating to teaching, training

management roles in corporate

sector as a Portfolio Manager at New

and case management in relation to

strategy, financing, start-ups,

Horizons. His previous experience

children and young people in a range

commercialisation of R&D,

includes senior finance and project

of industries. She has worked closely

project management, operational

management roles in a number

with parent communities in the

management and systems

of companies ranging from small

non-government school sector

management across different

business through to multinational

industries. William is currently the

organisations. He holds a Bachelor

CEO of NBP&F (AusBlodiesel),

of Commerce degree from NSW

the Chairman of SPP (UK) and the

University, is a member of the Institute

Chairman of Biodetectors.

of Chartered Accountants Australia, a

to ensure their voice is heard and to keep parents and educators up to date on current educational and social issues. She has

member of the Governance Institute of

recently completed her Masters in

Australia and a Chartered Secretary.

Organisational Communication.

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Board of Directors continued

Peter Brown

Anthony Hogarth

Position: Deputy Chair

Position: Board Member

Portfolio: Quality Assurance

Portfolio: Legal

Peter has worked within senior public

Anthony is an experienced lawyer

sector positions for over 30 years,

having worked for over 14 years

including General Manager of Lane

with a national law firm, global

Cove Council (10 years) and various

investment bank and peak sports

senior management positions in NSW

body in Sydney and London. During

Government including NSW Health,

his career, Anthony has advised

Premiers, Public Service Board and Juvenile Justice. He brings expertise and knowledge in finance management, funding, strategic planning, governance, HR, legal, and policy implementation.

numerous boards including asset management companies managing in excess of $30 billion and has worked with small to medium sized enterprises in the start-up and expansion phases of their growth. Anthony has a Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Law from the University of Sydney.

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Joe Lopino

Gordon Conn

Position: Board Member

Position: Chair

Additional

Portfolio: Business Development

Portfolio: HR Management

Acknowledgements

With twenty years in commercial

Gordon has been involved in

Finance & Audit

and corporate finance, Joe has

education for over 40 years.

Committee Member

also held senior executive levels in

During that time he experienced

Stuart Tabrett

transport and logistics, architectural

the privilege of teaching in TAFE

specification and construction

Vocational Education at a senior level,

industries. Currently he is the

government and private high schools

Executive Director of the Australian

and colleges. He is a keen supporter

Heather Holman

Furniture Removers Association

of Dual Accreditation Courses

(resigned August 2014)

and Australian International

currently offered in NSW Schools

Movers Association.

which offer choice to students

Joe has a strong governance and advocacy background as

wishing to take an alternative tertiary

Past Board Members

Rene Acker-Sessions (resigned February 2015)

path other than university.

graduate member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

A Special thank you to Gordon Conn who is stepping down as President at the 2015 AGM. His leadership, guidance and contribution to the Board over many years has been invaluable.

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2realise Inc. ABN 80 481 576 931 BOARD’S REPORT Our Board members submit the financial statements of 2realise Inc for the financial year ended 31 December 2014.

Board Members The following persons were Board members during the whole of the financial year and up to date of this report, unless otherwise stated: Gordon Conn (Chairman) Peter Brown (Deputy Chairman) William Horton (Treasurer) Rowena Stulajter (Public Officer / CEO) David Milne (Secretary / General Board Member) Heather Holman (General Board Member) – (Resigned on 21 August 2014) Rene Acker-Sessions (General Board Member) – (Appointed on 16 July 2014 and resigned on 23 February 2015) Joe Lopino (General Board Member) – (Appointed on 18 February 2015) Anthony Hogarth (General Board Member) – (Appointed on 18 February 2015)

Principal Activities The principal activities of the Association during the financial year were to build partnerships to support local secondary schools in assisting young people.

Significant Changes No significant change in the nature of these activities occurred during the year.

Operating Result The deficit for the financial year amounted to $41,099 (2013 surplus: $27,611). Signed in accordance with a resolution of the Members of the Board.

Gordon Conn

William Horton

Chair

Treasurer

Dated this 13th day of April 2015

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Crowe Horwath Sydney ABN 97 895 683 573 Member Crowe Horwath International

Level 15 1 O’Connell Street Sydney NSW 2000 Australia Tel +61 2 9262 2155 Fax +61 2 9262 2190 www.crowehorwath.com.au

The Board 2realise Incorporated PO Box 790 Baulkham Hills NSW 2153 13 March 2015 Dear Board Members 2realise Incorporated In accordance with section 307C of the Corporations Act 2001, I am pleased to provide the following declaration of independence to the Board of 2realise Incorporated. As audit partner for the audit of the financial report of 2realise Incorporated for the financial year ended 31 December 2014, I declare that to the best of my knowledge and belief, that there have been no contraventions of: (i) the auditor independence requirements of the Corporations Act 2001 in relation to the audit; and (ii) any applicable code of professional conduct in relation to the audit. Yours sincerely

CROWE HORWATH SYDNEY

ASH PATHER Partner Crowe Horwath Sydney is a member of Crowe Horwath International, a Swiss verein. Each member of Crowe Horwath is a separate and independent legal entity. Liability limited by a scheme approved under Professional Standards Legislation other than for the acts or omissions of financial services licensees.

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2realise Inc. ABN 80 481 576 931 STATEMENT OF PROFIT OR LOSS AND OTHER COMPREHENSIVE INCOME FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2014

2014

2013

Note

$

$

2

1,228,964

1,211,972

Accounting

(25,283)

(27,210)

Marketing

(31,039)

(61,936)

Office expenses

(118,829)

(67,624)

Rental expenses

(24,057)

(23,796)

Superannuation and other on costs

(72,970)

(93,678)

Wages and consulting expenses

(794,825)

(721,337)

Other expenses

(203,060)

(188,780)

2

(41,099)

27,611

Income tax expense

-

-

to the members of 2realise Inc

(41,099)

27,611

Other comprehensive income for the year, net of tax

-

-

(41,099)

27,611

Revenue Expenses

Surplus/(deficit) before income tax expense Surplus/(deficit) after income tax expense for the year attributable

Total comprehensive income/(loss) for the year attributable to the members of 2realise Inc

The accompanying notes form part of these financial statements.

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2realise Inc. ABN 80 481 576 931 STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2014

Note

2014

2013

$

$

806,919

ASSETS CURRENT ASSETS Cash and cash equivalents

3

816,843

Trade and other receivables

4

12,206

89,056

TOTAL CURRENT ASSETS

829,049

895,975

TOTAL ASSETS

829,049

895,975

LIABILITIES CURRENT LIABILITIES Trade and other payables

5

63,681

31,037

Provisions

6

22,383

21,857

Deferred income

7

-

58,997

TOTAL CURRENT LIABILITIES

86,064

111,891

TOTAL LIABILITIES

86,064

111,891

NET ASSETS

742,985

784,084

Retained surplus

742,985

784,084

TOTAL EQUITY

742,985

784,084

EQUITY

The accompanying notes form part of these financial statements.

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2realise Inc. ABN 80 481 576 931 STATEMENT OF CHANGES IN EQUITY FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2014

Retained Surpluses

$

Total Equity $

Balance at 1 January 2013

756,473

756,473

Surplus after income tax expense for the year

27,611

27,611

Other comprehensive income for the year, net of tax

-

-

Total comprehensive income for the year

27,611

27,611

Balance at 31 December 2013

784,084

784,084

Balance at 1 January 2014

784,084

784,084

Deficit after income tax expense for the year

(41,099)

(41,099)

Other comprehensive income for the year, net of tax

-

-

Total comprehensive income/(loss) for the year

(41,099)

(41,099)

Balance at 31 December 2014

742,985

742,985

2014

2013

$

$

STATEMENT OF CASH FLOWS FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2014

Note

CASH FLOWS FROM OPERATING ACTIVITIES Receipts from customers

1,401,277

1,202,644

Payments to suppliers and employees

(1,417,560)

(1,271,726)

Interest received

26,207

34,134

9,924

(34,947)

Net increase in cash and cash equivalents

9,924

(34,947)

Cash and cash equivalents at the beginning of the financial year

806,919

841,866

Cash and cash equivalents at the end of the financial year

816,843

806,919

Net cash from/(used in) operating activities

9(b)

3

The accompanying notes form part of these financial statements.

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2realise Inc. ABN 80 481 576 931 NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2014 Note 1: Statement of Significant Accounting Policies In the board members’ opinion, the incorporated association is not a reporting entity because there are no users dependent on general purpose financial statements. These are special purpose financial statements that have been prepared for the purposes of complying with the New South Wales legislation the Associations Incorporation Act 2009, the Charitable Fundraising Act 1991 and associated regulations. The officers have determined that the accounting policies adopted are appropriate to meet the needs of the members of 2realise Incorporated Association. These financial statements have been prepared in accordance with the recognition and measurement requirements specified by the Australian Accounting Standards and Interpretations issued by the Australian Accounting Standards Board (‘AASB’) and the disclosure requirements of AASB 101 ‘Presentation of Financial Statements’, AASB 107 ‘Statement of Cash Flows’, AASB 108 ‘Accounting Policies, Changes in Accounting Estimates and Errors’, AASB 1031 ‘Materiality’, AASB 1048 ‘Interpretation of Standards’ and AASB 1054 ‘Australian Additional Disclosures’, as appropriate for not-for-profit oriented entities. The following significant accounting policies, which are consistent with the previous period unless otherwise stated, have been adopted in the preparation of this financial report.

(a) Impairment of Assets

At each reporting date, the Association reviews the carrying values of its tangible and intangible assets to determine whether there is any indication that those assets have been impaired. If such an indication exists, the recoverable amount of the asset, being the higher of the asset’s fair value less costs to sell and value-in-use, is compared to the asset’s carrying value. Any excess of the asset’s carrying value over its recoverable amount is expensed to the statement of comprehensive income. Where it is not possible to estimate the recoverable amount of an individual asset, the Association estimates the recoverable amount of the cash-generating unit to which the asset belongs.

(b) Employee Benefits

Provision is made for the Association’s liability for employee benefits arising from services rendered by employees to the end of the reporting period. Employee benefits that are expected to be settled within one year have been measured at the amounts expected to be paid when the liability is settled. Employee benefits payable later than one year have been measured at the present value of the estimated future cash outflows to be made for those benefits.

(c) Revenue and Other Income

Grant instalments are received when progress towards meeting the particular program’s outcomes has been made to a level satisfactory to and accepted by the grant provider. As a result, the grant revenue is recognised when the grant instalment is received.

Interest revenue is recognised on a proportional basis taking into account the interest rate applicable to the financial assets.

All revenue is stated net of the amount of goods and services tax (GST).

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2realise Inc. ABN 80 481 576 931 NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS (Continued) FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2014 Note 1: Statement of Significant Accounting Policies (continued)

(d) Cash and Cash Equivalents

Cash and cash equivalents include cash on hand, deposits held at-call with banks, other short-term highly liquid investments with original maturities of three months or less, and bank overdrafts. Bank overdrafts are shown within borrowings in current liabilities on the statement of financial position.

(e) Income Tax

As the incorporated association is a charitable institution in terms of subsection 50-5 of the Income Tax Assessment Act 1997, as amended, it is exempt from paying income tax.

(f)

Goods and Services Tax (GST)

Revenues, expenses and assets are recognised net of the amount of GST. Receivables and payables in the balance sheet are shown inclusive of GST. Cash flows are presented in the cash flow statement on a gross basis, except for the GST components of investing and financing activities, which are disclosed as operating cash flows.

(g) Change in Accounting Policy

A number of Australian Accounting Standards have been issued or amended which are not yet effective and have not been adopted in the preparation of the financial statements at the reporting date. They are not expected to impact on the Association in future years.

(h) Formation of the Association

The Association was incorporated on 20 March 1995 and is governed by rules and regulations set out in the Association’s constitution.

Nature of the Association

(i)

The Association has been incorporated to build partnerships with industry and employer groups, schools, community organisations, parents and other government and community organisations to assist young people gain the skills, experience and professional guidance to help them achieve a successful transition through school, and from school to further education, training and employment.

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2realise Inc. ABN 80 481 576 931 NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS (Continued) FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2014 Note 1: Statement of Significant Accounting Policies (continued)

(j) Going Concern of the Association

The existing funding agreement with NSW Department of Education & Communities has been extended up to 31 December 2015 and management expect this to again be renewed beyond that date. In addition, Management continues to diversify its operations to increase non-government funded programs and is confident that the association will continue on a going concern basis. However, if these actions prove unsuccessful the going concern basis may not be appropriate. If this occurs the Association may have to realise its assets and extinguish its liabilities other than in the ordinary course of business, and at amounts different from those disclosed in the financial report.

No allowances for such circumstances have been made in this financial report.

Comparative Figures

(k)

Where required by the Accounting Standards, comparative figures have been adjusted to conform to changes in presentation for the current financial year.

(l)

Plant and Equipment

All plant and equipment is acquired for use as part of the grant programmes, as a result, it is expensed immediately to the statement of comprehensive income.

(m) New, revised or amending Accounting Standards and Interpretations adopted

The incorporated association has adopted all of the new, revised or amending Accounting Standards and Interpretations issued by the Australian Accounting Standards Board (‘AASB’) that are mandatory for the current reporting period.

Any new, revised or amending Accounting Standards or Interpretations that are not yet mandatory have not been early adopted.

(n) New Accounting Standards and Interpretations not yet mandatory or early adopted

Australian Accounting Standards and Interpretations that have recently been issued or amended but are not yet mandatory, have not been early adopted by the incorporated association for the annual reporting period ended 31 December 2014. The incorporated association has not yet assessed the impact of these new or amended Accounting Standards and Interpretations.

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2realise Inc. ABN 80 481 576 931 NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS (Continued) FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2014

2014

2013

$

$

Rental fees

22,428

21,875

Audit fees

8,000

8,000

Employee expenses

867,795

815,015

Note 2: Surplus/(deficit) before income tax expense a) Expenses

b) Significant Revenue Donations

498

52,554

Grants

1,146,868

1,091,183

Contributions

35,258

-

Interest

26,207

34,134

Other revenue

20,133

34,101

1,228,964

1,211,972

816,843

806,919

Trade receivables

-

89,056

Other receivables

12,206

-

12,206

89,056

Other payables

9,755

13,724

Accruals

53,926

17,313

63,681

31,037

22,383

21,857

Note 3: Cash and Cash Equivalents Cash at bank Note 4: Trade and Other Receivables CURRENT

Note 5: Trade and Other Payables CURRENT

Note 6: Provisions CURRENT Provision for annual leave

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2realise Inc. ABN 80 481 576 931 NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS (Continued) FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2014

2014

2013

$

$

-

58,997

- not later than 12 months

16,206

14,000

- between 12 months and 5 years

695

583

816,843

806,919

Note 7: Deferred Income Grants received in advance Note 8: Lease Commitments a) Operating Lease Commitments Being for rent of office Payable – minimum lease payments:

Note 9: Cash Flow Information (a) Reconciliation of cash Cash at the end of the financial year as shown in the cash flow statement is reconciled to items in the balance sheet as follows: Cash on hand

(b) Reconciliation of Cash Flow from operations with profit from ordinary activities after income tax Surplus/(Deficit) from ordinary activities after income tax

(41,099)

27,611

(Increase)/decrease in receivables

76,850

(89,052)

(Increase)/decrease in other receivables

-

3,910

Increase/(decrease) in payables

(62,966)

56,395

Increase/(decrease) in employee entitlements

526

(44,449)

Increase/(decrease) in accruals

36,613

10,638

9,924

(34,947)

Changes in assets and liabilities:

Note 10: Events Subsequent to Reporting Date No matters or circumstances have arisen since the end of the financial year which significantly affected or may significantly affect operations of the Association, the results of those operations or the state of affairs of the Association in future financial years. Note 11: Contingent liabilities and Contingent Assets The Members of the Board are not aware of any potential contingent liabilities or assets as at the reporting date.

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2realise Inc. ABN 80 481 576 931 STATEMENT BY MEMBERS OF THE BOARD The Board has determined that the Association is not a reporting entity and that this special purpose financial report should be prepared in accordance with the accounting policies outlined in Note 1 to the financial statements. In the opinion of the Board the financial report as set out on pages 32 to 39: 1. Presents a true and fair view of the financial position of the Association as at 31 December 2014 and its

performance for the year ended on that date.

2.

At the date of this statement, there are reasonable grounds to believe that the Association will be able

to pay its debts as and when they fall due.

This statement is made in accordance with a resolution of the Board and is signed for and on behalf of the Board by:

Gordon Conn

William Horton

Chair

Treasurer

Dated this 13th day of March 2015

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Crowe Horwath Sydney ABN 97 895 683 573 Member Crowe Horwath International

Level 15 1 O’Connell Street Sydney NSW 2000 Australia Tel +61 2 9262 2155 Fax +61 2 9262 2190 www.crowehorwath.com.au

2realise Incorporated Independent Auditor’s Report to the Members of 2realise Incorporated Report on the Financial Report We have audited the accompanying financial report, being a special purpose financial report, of 2realise Incorporated, which comprises the statement of financial position as at 31 December 2014, the statement of comprehensive income, the statement of changes in equity and the statement of cash flows for the year then ended, notes comprising a summary of significant accounting policies and other explanatory information, and the statement by members of the Board. Board’s Responsibility for the Financial Report The Board of the Association is responsible for the preparation and fair presentation of the financial report in accordance with the accounting policies described in Note 1 to the financial statement, which form part of the financial report, are consistent with the financial reporting requirements of the NSW Associations Incorporation Act 2009 and are appropriate to meet the needs of the members. The Boards responsibility also includes establishing and maintaining internal control relevant to the preparation and fair presentation of a financial report that is free from material misstatement, whether due to fraud or error, selecting and applying appropriate accounting policies; and making accounting estimates that are reasonable in the circumstances. Auditor’s Responsibility Our responsibility is to express an opinion on the financial report based on our audit. We conducted our audit in accordance with Australian Auditing Standards. Those standards require that we comply with relevant ethical requirements relating to audit engagements and plan and perform the audit to obtain reasonable assurance about whether the financial report is free from material misstatement. An audit involves performing procedures to obtain audit evidence about the amounts and disclosures in the financial report. The procedures selected depend on the auditor’s judgement, including the assessment of the risks of material misstatement of the financial report, whether due to fraud or error. In making those risk assessments, the auditor considers internal control relevant to the entities preparation and fair presentation of the financial report in order to design audit procedures that are appropriate in the circumstances, but not for the purpose of expressing an opinion on the effectiveness of the company’s internal control. An audit also includes evaluating the appropriateness of accounting policies used and the reasonableness of accounting estimates made by the directors, as well as evaluating the overall presentation of the financial report. We believe that the audit evidence we have obtained is sufficient and appropriate to provide a basis for our audit opinion.

Crowe Horwath Sydney is a member of Crowe Horwath International, a Swiss verein. Each member of Crowe Horwath is a separate and independent legal entity. Liability limited by a scheme approved under Professional Standards Legislation other than for the acts or omissions of financial services licensees.

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Independence In conducting our audit, we have complied with the independence requirements of Australian professional ethical requirements. Auditor’s Opinion In our opinion, the financial report presents fairly, in all material respects, the financial position of 2realise Incorporated as at 31 December 2014 and its financial performance for the year ended on that date in accordance with the accounting policies described in Note 1 to the financial statement, and the requirements of the NSW Associations Incorporations Act 2009. Emphasis of Matter Regarding Going Concern Without qualification to the opinion expressed above, attention should be drawn to the following matter: As indicated in the notes to the financial statements, the financial report has been prepared on the going concern basis as the Board members believe that the Association will be able to meet its debts as and when they fall due. Should the matters referred to in Note 1(j) to the financial statements not eventuate, there is uncertainty whether the Association will be able to continue as a going concern and, therefore, whether it will realise its assets and extinguish its liabilities in the normal course of business and at the amounts stated in the financial report. Basis of Accounting Without modifying our opinion, we draw attention to Note 1 of the financial report which describes the basis of accounting. The financial report has been prepared to assist 2realise Incorporated to meet the requirements of the NSW Associations Incorporations Act 2009. As a result, the financial report may not be suitable for another purpose.

CROWE HORWATH SYDNEY

ASH PATHER Partner

Dated this 13th day of March 2015

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Highlights Established an additional

10 programs/partnerships in 2014

which is consistent with growth in 2013

Developed our evidence based Collaboration Framework 37% success rate on grant applications Established 2realise your career Invited to speak at international conference in Ireland Selected as the National Program Coordinator for the Rabobank FX Program Collaborating with Stocklands and McDonalds to deliver the Work Inspirations program Begin 2realise Awards established to acknowledge students performance during their work placement

360 Students participated in the industry bites program Lead steering committees to bring the Youth Mental Health Forum to the Hills and the Lower North Shore

Communications and Marketing: CommTogether

Photography: Francesca Surace, Stilz Fotografika

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Design: Imagecorp

Printer: J.A. Wales

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ABN 80 481 576 931

PO Box 790 Baulkham Hills NSW 1755 General – P 02 9639 0253 Work Placement – P 02 9639 7999 E info@2realise.org.au F 02 9639 7988 W 2realise.org.au

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