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Sports Clubs Have a Role to Play in Creating Cultural Change
Not-for-profit organisation Sports Central has partnered with Women’s Health Grampians as part of a call to action for gender equality and the prevention of violence against women. Sports Central executive officer Michael Flynn said a Presidents’ Leading Change dinner on November 27 was a chance to bring sporting groups together and start a conversation about joining the Communities of Respect and Equality alliance. […]Read more.
Aldi Mini Roos in Ararat
The Ararat Fitness Centre will be hosting the Football Federation Aldi Mini Roos program. Aldi Mini roos is a beginners program for both boys and girls aged 4- 9 years. No experience or skill-level required of participants, just an interest to learn the game in a fun, social and welcoming environment! Sessions will commence on […]Read more.
Defibrillators for Sporting Clubs and Facilities Program
The Defibrillators for Sporting Clubs and Facilities Program provides Victorian sporting clubs with the opportunity to acquire an automatic external defibrillator (also known as an ‘AED’) for their club or sports facility. Successful applicants receive an ‘Automatic External Defibrillator Package’. The package includes a high quality defibrillator, some basic training and a minimum of three […]Read more.
Members Forum and AGM
The Sports Central Members and AGM Forum will explore the topics of inclusion, gender equity and what it means for your sport. We will also celebrate the exciting growth in social and modified sport and showcase the leaders who have made it all happen across the region. Date: Monday 20th November Time: 6:00pm – 8:00pm Location: […]Read more.
AAA MILO T20 Blast – Come & Try Sessions
AAA MILO T20 Blast is a super fun, social, safe, cricket program for boys and girls with special needs or disability, who are aged 8 to 15. The program is much shorter than traditional cricket, with 75 minutes of playing time. Every session has a heavy focus on fun and participation. AAA Sport Ballarat, who already […]Read more.
Leading Change to Prevent Violence Against Women
Women’s Health Grampians, CORE (Communities of Respect & Equality) and Sports Central wish to invite sporting clubs and organisations to a Presidents’ Dinner to be held on Monday 27 November 2017 at Sovereign Hill. The event, titled Building Communities of Respect and Equality – Leading Change in your Clubs or Associations to Prevent Violence Against Women, […]Read more.