My Club,           My Community
My Club, My Community

Contacts

Useful Contacts

 
 

Contact Us: Clubs WA

My Club, My Community

If you have any questions about the My Club, My Community project and
how your club, organisation or community group can get involved, please contact the Clubs WA team.  

‘My Club, My Community’ is a Clubs WA campaign that aims to provide a link between Western Australia’s community club sector and the state’s
Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CaLD) communities, to help diversify community club membership so it becomes a true representation of multicultural Australia. The central activity of clubs is to provide safe and enjoyable recreation facilities for their local communities.

The My Club, My Community campaign aims to raise awareness of community sport, social and cultural clubs and encourage CaLD community members to join their local club as a member or a volunteer – ultimately bringing together Western Australia’s vibrant multicultural communities.

My Club, My Community is a celebration of multicultural Australia focusing on inclusion, empowerment and community building. We hope this project will provide a vehicle for inclusion, drawing together people of all races, religions and cultures while also improving the physical and
mental health of all community members. 

➤ location

2/12 Hammond Road
Cockburn Central WA 6164
 

Office Hours

Monday - Friday
9AM - 4:30pm
 

☎ Contact

e:  marketing@clubswa.com.au
e:  reception@clubswa.com.au
w: www.clubswa.com.au
ph:  1300 640 616
f:  1300 503 907


More Valuable Resources

Office of Multicultural Interests

www.omi.wa.gov.au

The Office of Multicultural Interests (OMI) is a division of the Department of Local Government and Communities. Its key role is to advise the Minister on the development of State Government policies and programs to achieve the full potential of multiculturalism.

OMI develops strategies that include everyone—culturally diverse communities, the wider community, business and industry groups, government and non-government agencies—to help develop a society that values and maximises the benefits of its cultural diversity. Its strategies assist organisations to develop policies, programs and services that are accessible and responsive to the needs of a diverse community.

OMI provides information, advice, funding, training and support to communities and community organisations to help build strong communities that maintain and share their diverse cultures and participate actively in all aspects of Western Australian life.

The Western Australian government proudly acknowledges and celebrates our cultural diversity as one of our State’s great strengths and actively plans for a future that captures its potential.

 

☎ Contact

e:  harmony@omi.wa.gov.a
w: www.omi.wa.gov.au
ph:  6551 8700


Sports Without Borders

www.sportswithoutborders.org

Sports Without Borders is a not-for-profit organisation which provides support for young people from new and emerging communities to overcome the barriers of participation in community sport. Their focus is to build social inclusion through sport and they do this within four functional areas:

  • Providing Direct Grants
  • Raise awareness and Influence Policy
  • Consultation Services
  • Facilitate Sport Programs
 

Australian Multicultural Foundation

www.amf.net.au

The aims of the Australian Multicultural Foundation are: to cultivate in all Australians a strong commitment to Australia as one people drawn from many cultures and by doing so to advance its social and economic well-being; the promotion of an awareness among the people of Australia of the diversity of cultures within Australia and the contribution of people from all cultures to the development of Australia; and the spread of respect and understanding between all cultural groups through any appropriate means.

 

☎ Contact

e:  info@amf.net.au
w: www.amf.net.au
ph:  (03) 9347 6622