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Binar is not just a basketball club. We aim to help our players and community fulfil their potential in all areas of their lives including academic pursuits and employment. We believe that education is the key to opportunity. Our homework classes started after identifying that our students are not always comfortable raising their hand and asking questions in their school environment.

These classes grew from a handful of adult volunteers helping out at Adam's house to involving specialised tutors where children can receive individualised attention, assessment of learning difficulties, help with homework and gain confidence in their own abilities. We also now include art and cultural activities.


  • Partnering with educators to deliver after-school programs.

  • Partnering with educators to identify, assist and support disengaged school students.

  • Encouraging youth to empower other youth through sharing their skills, knowledge & experience.

  • Stimulating interest in & facilitating introductions to tertiary education.

  • Creating employment opportunities for young adults through our Sports and Cultural programs.

  • Partnering with business, industry and job providers to refer young people transitioning to work.


If you're a volunteer with teaching qualifications or tutoring experience looking to assist on a regular basis, please get in touch at or 0414 407 951



HIF provides funding to support Binar’s Education program.

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Australian Teachers Corp provide educational assistance to disengaged students whom schools or Binar identify as at-risk.

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Youth Futures and Moorditj Noongar Community College provide

a location for our after-school programs.


Resource Capital Funds Foundation awarded a 2-year grant to help support Binar’s Education and Friday night basketball programs.

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