In May this year Fair Game was announced winners at the Community Services Excellence Awards for Community Service Award – Volunteer-Based Organisation. You can find more information on the award and media statements here… http://www.wacoss.org.au/CSEA2014/Winners.aspxRead More
Two scientists, two students and an Irish doctor hopped on a plane… the start of a great joke? Maybe! But also the start of Pilbara trip number 3 for 2014. Our plane landed in Port Hedland on Monday evening and after a mind boggling game of tetris to pack the rental car we headed to our accommodation for the night. We woke up early and travelled 200km to Marble Bar. We engaged the kids with frisbee, dancing, volleyball and a […]Read More
216 items of sports equipment recycled, 2226km traveled, 97 kids inspired… one epic Pilbara trip two! It was trip of forging great new relationships and building on existing ones. We were lucky enough to be welcomed into Yandeyarra Community and to be met by many smiling faces of the great kids and teachers at the community school. We revisited Jigalong community and South Newman Primary School where we discussed the three dimensions of health and finished off the sessions with the […]Read More
From the 19th to 26th May Fair Gamers John, Sarah, Ben and Kristy ventured up to Port Hedland to embark on the 1st Pilbara trip of the year. Surrounded by the red dust, open landscape and beauty of the Pilbara, the Fair Gamers drove 670km, visiting Marble Bar, Nullagine and Strelley Community School. At each of these stops the team ran the Game On! and Healthy Communities programs ,engaging 228 kids and donating 326 items of sports equipment. Among this […]Read More
On Easter Sunday, five Fair Gamers headed to the Kimberley for a week of fun school holiday activities with the kids from various communities located along the Gibb River Road. For four of the Fair Gamers (including myself), this was to be our very first trip! I boarded the plane with mixed emotions of excitement and trepidation for the week ahead. The thought of sleeping on the ground and eating tinned tuna for breakfast, lunch and dinner didn’t appeal to […]Read More
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