AFL Hall of Famer and Western Bulldogs legend Brad Johnson didn’t hesitate at the chance to become a Unite Person. “Our youth are our future, and the work The Unite Project does, not only provides a safe and nurturing environment for at-risk-youth in our communities, but it also provides them with the mentoring and support network they need to help them lead a healthy, successful life.

Throughout my career I was lucky enough to be surrounded by incredible mentors that have helped me develop into the person I am now. I’m proud to join the fight against youth homelessness, getting behind an initiative that supports such an important issue in our community.”

" IF YOU CAN CREATE SOME OPPORTUNITIES WHERE PEOPLE CAN MEET THE RIGHT SORT OF PEOPLE, AND BE GUIDED IN SOME SORT OF WAY SO THEY CAN MAKE SMART DECISIONS IN LIFE THAT WILL HELP THEM, THEN THERE IS NO HESITATIONS WHAT SO EVER TO BECOME INVOLVED"
– BRAD JOHNSON