Last week the WA Government announced it had contributed $10,000 to the not-for-profit organisation Fair Game Australia to provide second-hand sporting equipment to children and youth in under-serviced communities in the Kimberley and Pilbara
Could your old footy boots kick a few more goals? Perhaps that old basketball in the shed wants to bounce again?
Perth Football Club operations manager Dale Ballantyne with Fair Game volunteer Fremantle Dockers AFLW player Laura Pugh collecting donated balls
From the hot winds and red dust in the Pilbara to the Jacaranda trees that spill purple flowers across the University of Sydney, Yarlalu Nanmurr Thomas is a man of passion, pride and power paving the path to better health for those living in regional and remote Western Australia
Whether you practice yoga in your pjs in the comfort of your living room, or in your colour-coordinated active wear in a trendy studio, the positive affects of the practice don’t discriminate...
Australian basketball player Damian Martin has thrown his support behind Fair Game’s Recycle & Donate Program, attending the launch of Fair Game collection bins at six VenuesWest locations around Perth.
Fair Game invites you to our Annual Quiz Night helping raise funds for our unique programs recycling sports equipment for remote communities...
Fair Game volunteers recognised with WA Community Volunteer Organisation of the Year Award.
Check out our video - A Day in the life of a fair gamer...
The Post Article By David Cohen