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Red Dust Heelers visits GIFSA

Red Dust Heelers aim is to become a national community, working together to drive disability inclusion and reconciliation on-the-ground. Their  athletes and programs, like Wheeling and Healing, and our Red Dust Heelers National Wheelchair Basketball League (NWBL) team, aim to empower people with disability to lead, mentor and inspire Aboriginal and other Australians with disability to: participate in sport;  further their education ; gain employment;  achieve economic independence ;  be valued, healthy and active members of their communities.

Their programs are a key part of the Outback Academy’s charter to: ‘accelerate economic freedom, employment and well being’ with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities across Australia’ including people with disability.

Two events in Kalgoorlie this Wednesday:

1.  Meet the Red Dust Heeler team at GIFSA 23 Federal Road, Wednesday 27 June, 9-10am

2. The Ultimate Wkeelchair Basketball Challenge, Kalgoorlie Basketball Stadium, Wednesday 27 June, 5.30-7.30pm

 

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