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Binar Connects with the Bunbury Community

Updated: May 25, 2023

Outreach and community matters.

In late April, Binar Futures took their team of incredible young leaders out to Bunbury to deliver a FREE one-day clinic in the hope of engaging and empowering Aboriginal youth.

What started as an initiative to support 90 kids, turned into something truly remarkable. Our young leaders ended up facilitating a basketball clinic for an astonishing 160 participants aged 5 – 17.

The impact of Binar’s clinic extended beyond basketball skills. Our Binar kids had the opportunity to meet and connect with youth from the Bunbury community, forming new friendships and building meaningful relationships. It was great to see everyone enjoying themselves, swimming and eating pizza together for dinner. It was a true celebration of unity and coming together as one.

The excitement didn’t stop there! Our Binar leaders went on to assist Kandice Hart from Bunbury Allstars to deliver an unforgettable two-day basketball tournament, where over 180 players were involved. The talent and skill on display was spectacular, but what truly stood out was the sportsmanship and the sense of togetherness among all the participants. It was a testament to the power of sport bringing people together.

Thank you to Annette Garlett for performing the Welcome to Country and to event sponsors; HIF Insurance, MJB Industries, Rio Tinto, Shire of Harvey, The Maali Group, Aqwest, Headspace, South West Aboriginal Medical Service (SWAMS) and IPS Management Consultants for your support, and for providing fruit, giveaways and stalls on the day.

Binar also want to acknowledge APM and new partner, South32, who are principal funders of our regional basketball programs.

Watch this space to find out more about what other clinics and tournaments we will be facilitating later this year.

Binar Futures is passionate about empowering Aboriginal youth to build POSITIVE FUTURES for themselves, their families, and their culture.


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