New look, same great local organisation

Have you noticed something different about Bridging the Gap (BTG)? We’ve updated our look! We are evolving our look to better reflect our community and our future. For nearly 40 years we’ve been making a positive impact in our local community. And as we look forward to the next 40 years, we want a fresh […]

Christmas message from our Chair

Merry Christmas from our chair

As I reflect on 2021 I see that, despite the challenges still caused by Covid-19, we have had a significant and positive impact in our community. And I thank you for your part. We simply couldn’t do what we do without our funders. In particular, I thank the Australian Government Department of Education, Skills and […]

BTG lunches with the Premier

BTG's Alyson Cooper standing with WA Premier Mark McGowan.

Last Friday Bridging the Gap attended the Premier’s Budget Luncheon. This was an excellent opportunity for us to find out what the budget means for our community. The Premier spoke about how WA is the strongest state in Australia and how now is the time to fund the State’s future projects. It was uplifting to […]

Funding secured to support more parents

Man sitting with a toddler on his lap

Bridging the Gap has been providing training and job placement services to local jobseekers for more than thirty-five years. In 2020-2021, we delivered the Career Readiness for Young Parents (CRFYP) program funded by the Commonwealth Department of Social Services Try, Test and Learn Fund. This fund supported innovative approaches to assisting young parents, mostly young women, […]