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  • 23 February 2015

    Dear Payden

    If you check out the Physical Activitiy funding section of the Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet you may find funding to help with what you are trying to achieve with your program. Good luck with your program it sounds like you are doing a great job!


    Kind regards


    Michelle Elwell
    Research Officer
    Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet

     

  • 13 February 2015

    Hi all, I'm an aboriginal health worker in Bourke NSW I'm currently running a healthy lifestyles/exercise group which averages about 15-20 members a session (6am Tue,Thu). I managed to get some funding to get equipment and get it up and running. I was wondering if anyone knew of any funding grants available that would help us to expand our program to get some more groups running and hopefully a gym space?

  • 27 October 2014

    Hi Physical activity mob members,

    Did you know about Buroinjin, an Aboriginal version of handball. Read this good news story to learn how it will hopefully help raise awareness of mental health and increase knowledge of Indigenous history and culture.

    Cheers,
    Trish
    Research Assistant
    Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet 

  • 4 June 2013
    Hi Callum, I organise a cycling group every Sunday morning. the member are Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal and we ride about 53kms, from Adelaide CBD out to Port Adelaide and Outer Harbor, then along the coast to Glenelg for a coffee then back to the city
  • 23 April 2012
    TO ronald that's deadly let me know of the outcome- Jan
  • 23 April 2012
    In Taree the City Council secured funding to run the a program Called Heal (Healthy Eating and Lifestyle) some information can be found on the Taree City Council Website:

    www.gtcc.nsw.gov.au

    or for more information you can talk to:Daniel Lawton
    Healthy Communities Coordinator | Greater Taree City Council
    t: 02 6592 5265 | f: 02 6592 5311