$390
$1,500
Hike 4 Kids - Assist Aboriginal Children Bluearth Foundation
Hike 4 Kids - Assist Aboriginal Children
$390
$1,500
Bluearth Foundation
Hike 4 Kids - Assist Aboriginal Children
Hike 4 Kids - Assist Aboriginal Children

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G'day -
If you like, within a 2 min time frame you can click the DONATE button and give a few $ towards 'closing the gap' for aboriginal kids, not by a handout, but in a direct way addressing the root of the problem by training trainers who will train them in healthy physical activity.
Thanks for a few minutes to read about this initiative to help remote aboriginal children.
THE BLUEARTH FOUNDATION is a national not-for-profit, working in Australian communities for over 15 years to improve health and wellbeing of all Australians, addressing diseases associated with sedentary lifestyles.
HIKE 4 KIDS: It's HAPPENING - I'm joining the Bluearth Hike 4 Kids Health Larapinta Trail trek from 4 Sept to help raise funds.
PLEASE DONATE - small or large. You will help to enable Bluearth to train Indigenous physical activity leaders to engage and work within their communities to increase the levels of physical activity.

Bluearth's work in the East Kimberly and Central Australia supports the objectives of the Close the Gap campaign to improve health and wellbeing of Aboriginal children and help them realise their potential.
Bluearth works with early childhood, primary and secondary school educators to provide them with skills and confidence to develop students’ physical, emotional and social wellbeing.
SKETCHTREK: During this group trek of Larapinta Trail in the fabulous West Macdonnell Ranges, I'll sketch the scene daily 'on foot' and post the visual sequence on my website http://tonywalker.com.au/ and facebook at Tony Walker Artist.

THANKS for your contribution to this important cause!
regards Tony

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