Pictured above: Teenage boys from GAP play a game of basketball.
In November we successfully received funding from the WA State Government Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries, in partnership with Healthway, to continue the Get Active Project (GAP) into mid-2019.
We have consistently delivered the Get Active Project since 2013, when the service was formally known as the Communicare Active Together (CAT) Project.
This service consists of a wide range of programs that provide support to families and individuals to access community sport and recreation activities within the South-East Corridor.
The service primarily targets five to 18-year-old children and youth from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD), low-socio economic, and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander backgrounds.
Our partnership with Healthway is of significance, as they will work with us to promote key messages around good health to GAP participants and strengthen our relationships with local community networks.
We look forward to continuing to deliver this invaluable service to keeping vulnerable people safe and healthy.
To learn more about our GAP program visit https://www.communicare.org.au/Children-s-Services/Participation-Services
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