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South West Indigenous Network exists to ensure that through sport, culture and community, Indigenous Australians can live longer and have a better quality of life.
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Pathways Program replaces SWINs Small Grants Program and is our priority program. The Pathways Program aims to further the sporting journeys of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people through assistance with the costs of competing in representative sport. To apply for funding fill out the Pathways Program application form and email, along with supporting documents, to pathways@swin.org.au.

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📸 Just some photos of the kids attending breakfast club and sporting activities with Teish in Cunnamulla.

Breakfast Club runs each morning starting at 7:30am followed with morning sport before the kids head off to school provided by SWIN.

#BreakfastClub #getupandbeactivewithus #healthybreakfast #Cunnamulla
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We wanted to introduce Poppie to the SWIN Team!!

Poppie has joined the SWIN Team as the Maranoa Safety & Wellbeing Coordinator servicing Roma, Surat, Mitchell, Yuleba and Wallumbilla . Poppie has been travelling to the Region to deliver her programs for the communities - Youth Zone activities, Afterschool Sports, Learning Support and PCYC drop-in games.

Poppie is looking forward to beginning her programs in Term 2 and meeting community members soon.

If you would like to chat with Poppie, please contact her via email -
safety.wellbeing@swin.org.au

#SwinTeam #maranoa #keepingactive
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So proud of you dil ❤️

Deadly Poppy Dee! Congratulations babe you should be so proud 🎉☺️

Congratulations Poppie

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ROMA BLACK COFFEE
APRIL 18 @ 7:30 AM - 9:00 AM

FREE
Roma, Black Coffee hosted by Murri Cuy!

Date: Thursday 18th April 2024

Time: 7:30am – 9am

Location: Royal on 99 (99 McDowall Street Roma)

About Murri CUY:

The Murri Cuy ( Catch Up and Yarn) network is made up of over 20 different organisations who meet frequently to support and organise First Nations programs, events, and other important events within the Maranoa Region. The Murri Cuy network has been meeting and supporting our First Nations people for over 17 years. It is a way we stay connected, supported and heard in the communities.

RSVP is a must below as light refreshments are provided
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Acknowledgement of Country

Our organisation would like to respect and honour Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elders past, present and emerging. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on this land and commit to building a brighter future together.

WARNING: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander viewers are advised that this website may contain images, voices and names of people who have passed away. With permission of their families, we have continued to use their images to acknowledge and honour their contributions in making our communities healthy, vibrant and connected.

Toowoomba Sports Ground,
Level 1, 47 Arthur Street, Toowoomba Qld 4350