The Rural City of Wangaratta Community Grants Program supports community groups and organisations to carry out programs and projects that will develop and enhance the social, cultural and environmental experience of local residents.
The Inclusion and Diversity Workshop for Wangaratta sporting clubs is an opportunity for clubs to gain a better understanding of how to become a more inclusive club.
The workshop will be facilitated by the founder of ‘Advancing Women’, Michelle Redfern, who is a passionate advisor who is determined to contribute to achieving global gender equality in her life time, with particular emphasis on the sporting sector. Michelle currently holds board roles with Williamstown VFL Football Club and Good Shepherd Microfinance.
The latest round of VicHealth's Active Club Grants are now open. The grants have a focus on women’s sport and making getting active fun and accessible for all. VicHealth will be funding programs for women and girls and social or modified sport programs.
We currently have a part-time vacancy for the role of Project Coordinator. As a Sport North East Project Coordinator, you will have a direct impact on improving clubs capacity to become more welcoming and inclusive, especially for women and under-represented groups.
Planning has begun for the spring school holiday program (between Monday 24 September and Friday 5th October).
If you have suggestions for sports you would like to try, or if your club would like to hold a session with us, we would love to hear from you. Please contact us on (03) 5721 0200 or at email@example.com
Law Enforcement Torch Run
Victoria Police’s Law Enforcement Torch Run are partnering with Special Olympics Australia to deliver an opportunity to share the Flame of Hope with communities across regional Victoria, and promote the importance of inclusion and acceptance for people with an intellectual disability in sport and recreation.
The Torch Run is coming to the main streets of Beechworth, Rutherglen, Wangaratta and Wodonga in September to promote the importance of physical activity and wellbeing.
The VicHealth Awards recognise people, organisations, workplaces and clubs empowering others to live healthy, happy lives. The awards are the perfect platform to showcase your great work in keeping people healthy, and share your ideas to inspire others in Victoria to do the same.
Ride2Work day aims to promote healthy alternatives to the daily commute. Benefits of cycling to work instead of driving include improved health, it can save time and money, and it better for the environment we live in. This years Ride2Work day is Wednesday 17th October.