Shannon Noll was on the AIM campus this week representing Triple Care Farm as part of a program run by Mission Australia in support of marginalized youth seeking rehabilitation through the Arts.

To celebrate the success of the program to date, CCAF advocate Shannon Noll hosted youth involved in the CAVE program to a private session at the Australian Institute of Music - giving them a behind-the-scenes look into the music industry as well as treating them to a live performance.

Shannon Noll describes the program and day with the kids as inspirational, commenting on its ability to inspire significant change for youth. "As a musician, I know how powerful the arts can be, and that is why I support the Coca-Cola Australia Foundation and Triple Care Farm in their effort to use creative arts as a tool to rehabilitate and inspire youth towards a better future".

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