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An afternoon of footy, BBQ and new friendships

16 June 2016 in Customers in the community, Stories

The boys from the Clontarf Foundation Senior A Football Team extended the hand of friendship to Interchange customers this week, with an invitation to watch a home game and join them for a BBQ dinner afterwards.

More than 20 Interchange customers and staff attended the game at Clontarf College and the boys did not disappoint, putting on a fantastic show of marks, spoils, tackles and most importantly, goals!

The Clontarf boys in action

The Clontarf boys in action

The event provided a fantastic oppotunity for customers to form new friendships, based on a shared love of football and the outdoors (and BBQ!).

The Clontarf team were great hosts and we are very thankful for the opportunity to share a meal and watch a game at their beautiful grounds in Waterford.

With the first event such a huge success, we are all looking forward to the next catch up!

The Clontarf Foundation exists to improve the education, discipline, life skills, self-esteem and employment prospects of young Aboriginal men and by doing so equips them to participate meaningfully in society.

Learn more about how we can support you to become more involved in culture and the arts.

To learn more about the Clontarf Foundation, visit their website at http://www.clontarf.org.au/

 

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Interchange Midland customer Dean Lloyd loves animals. His favourite by far are horses and ponies and he loves to ride at the Bakers Hill Riding for the Disabled Association (RDA). Dean had been seeking volunteer opportunities for a while, but nothing suitable had come up. So when the opportunity came up to do some work at… Read more »

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Interchange customers Claudia, Kristina and Rita shared a goal they had been working on for a while; they wanted to go on a girls holiday. So with the support of Interchange staff, they worked together to achieve this goal and took a week-long trip to Monkey Mia at the end of June. The girls, supported… Read more »

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