Football donation drive with The Nangala Project
- 9th Jul - 20th Jul
These school holidays we're giving our customers the opportunity to donate any football boots, jerseys or shorts to our Football Donation Drive which your children may have outgrown or no longer need. All of the donated products will be donated to The Nangala Project, supporting John Moriarty Football to ensure Aboriginal children are equipped with soccer gear to be involved in the national game of Football.
- Where to donate? You can find the donation point on ground level at the customer service desk located near Target
Important note: *Please only donate any products which are still in good condition and suited for both girls and boys between the ages of 2-16 years.
The Nangala Project
A non-profit iniative to relive poverty and disadvantage amoungst Australia Indigenous children and their families, through creating locally engaged, sustainable opportunity.
Nangala is a women's skin name from the Borroloola NT community, and reflects the cultural strength and wisdom of Indigenous Law women. It pays tribute to their aspirations for a better furture for their children and grandchildren. Skin names are used traditionally to group people into classifications for belonging to land areas, for marriage protocols and to reflect ceremonial connections.
The Nangala Project conceived the vision to deliver three ground breaking and interrelated community programmes including the John Moriarty Football
John Moriarty Football
'Football kicks goals on and off the field - by supporting John Moriarty Football your are helping us create change. For change amoungst hundreds of aboriginal children in remote communities.
John Moriarty Football is a renowned best practice prgramme for 2-16 year old boys and girls in remote Australia. The unique organisation brings children together through sport, promoting good health and wellbeing in some of the country's most remote regions.
*Please only donate any products which are still in good condition and suited for both girls and boys between the ages of 2-16 years.