Coretta Scott King
The greatness of a community is most accurately measured by the compassionate actions of its members
Our safe and confidential community can be accessed by a member via a log in. The secure login will direct the member to the community where the different topics of conversation are taking place. Various topic groups being discussed are displayed for selection including a general topic option. To maintain engagement and generate more generic discussion, we there is a section called “Topic of the Week”. This could range from an event in pop culture, something on the news, to a question prompt.
Robert's Wish Community for Young people
Our youth community is aimed at young people 13 years and above. We offer a safe, confidential discussion with peers who have faced similar challenges. Topics are informed by what is most important to our members such as bullying, coming out as LGBTQ, and other issues relating to fitting in. It is a free and open discussion with volunteers monitoring conversations to keep them positive and constructive. Depending on what challenge the youth is struggling with, our community will be able to share content including tips on how to manage the challenge along with continual positive affirmations.
Robert’s Wish community strives to provide an environment where youth feel part of a network, where they can reach out for advice, support and a sympathetic ear. We do not provide counselling services and have procedures in place to refer any member that exhibits signs of requiring additional assistance to qualified organisations that can provide the needed support.
Robert's Wish Community for Parents
Our parent community will connect parents who have one main thing in common – finding the best way to support their children. The parent community will facilitate the exchange of advice, support, and information on how to guide today’s youth through challenging situations. While there is no one right way to parent, hearing how others have navigated tricky situations can often make all the difference.