Ski Racing Australia (SRA) is the peak body for Water Ski Racing in Australia with its main focus on memberships, governance of the sport, insurance, competition rules, government grants, risk management and safety and the general overall promotion of Ski Racing.
Under SRA are all the state division and clubs around Australia that run national and club events from August through to June each year.
SRA welcomes new members to the "ultimate lifestyle sport" and all information is available on this website or through your states own site available through the link section.
More than 33 percent of children live below the poverty line. What’s more, children who live in poverty are less likely to participate in sport than those who live out of poverty according to most recent ABS statistics.
The lives of children can be dramatically changed through organised activity and sport.
Youth Insearch is young people helping young people. Empowering young people aged 14 to 20 to turn their disadvantages into their advantages, enabling them to reach their full potential. Since 1985 Youth Insearch has helped over 30,000 young people to rebuild their lives, and currently assists around 1,000 young people per year across NSW, VIC & QLD.
Youth Insearch is an independent charitable organisation and is not affiliated with any religious or political views.
EquiEnergy Youth is a charity aiming to reduce youth suicide, self harm and psychological distress across Australia and beyond. We deliver consulting services and training for professionals (i.e. educators, child/adolescent mental health support systems) and families to build capacity in the community to support the mental health of young people. Our approach is evidence based, stemming from thousands of hours of clinical experience and a Phd research project conducted by our Clinical Director Dr Stephen Spencer (PhD).
We coach the best way to respond to young people in distress using our psychological first aid framework called the TAR3 framework and how to develop support plans for individuals with mental health challenges. Also, among many skills, participants of our training learn how to help the young people in their care build coping, resilience and positive help seeking behaviours.
FGF (formerly FGM) was formed in 2007 by a few good folk who wanted to combine fundraising with business networks and acumen to assist various not-for-profits in the community. FGF hold approximately four fundraising events per annum raising funds for various charities including; Kids Under Cover, The Man Cave, Mirabel Foundation and Ardoch, amongst many others. To date FGF has raised well in excess of $700,000.
Our objective is to support charities where our donations matched with advocacy will make a significant contribution to the charity, directly impacting the lives of recipients. FGF now adds the We Make A Difference rewards program to our fundraising efforts, providing FGF members with another platform to generate funds for our supported charities.
Evolving from a proud tradition of care dating back to 1975, today the Leukaemia Foundation of Australia extends its support across the entire blood cancer spectrum around the country.
Life for someone diagnosed with leukaemia was hard and there was little support. Treatment meant months of chemotherapy, severe side-effects and isolation from their family to remove the risk of infection. Parents were not allowed to comfort and care for their children, and family had to navigate the psychological challenges alone.
The Motor Neurone Disease Association of SA (MND SA) provides information, education and support to the South Australian community affected by Motor Neurone Disease (MND). MND SA was founded in 1985 and our mission is to provide and promote the best possible care and support for people living with MND.
Our mission is to help reduce the impact of Motor Neurone Disease on people living with MND, their families and carers.
Hutt St Centre is a place of hope and opportunity, helping people facing homelessness to rebuild their lives, without judgement.
Each year Hutt St Centre serves over 40,000 meals and offers social work and support services to nearly 2,000 people. Showers, laundry facilities, visiting health professionals, an aged city living program for our older clients, recreation activities, education and training, legal aid and assistance with finding housing are all services provided to the 200 plus homeless people who visit Hutt St Centre each day.