Reclink Australia is supporting hundreds of Victorians who are experiencing extreme disadvantage including homelessness, mental health and drug issues by launching their ActiVIC program on Thursday 12 April 2018 in Geelong.
ActiVIC will provide over 1800 people the opportunity to participate in sporting programs throughout Victoria as an inititiave by Reclink and funding and supported by the Andrews Government.
The ActiVIC Program was launched by Victorian State Treasurer Tim Pallas MP, Minister for Sport John Eren and Labor member for Geelong, Christine Couzens MP on Thursday 12 April 2018 at 11am - 12.30 pm at Royal Geelong Yacht Club & Foreshore Geelong.
Local businesses, Media and Geelong locals are invited to attend the launch and participate in sporting activities such as Sailing, Beach Volleyball & Beach Soccer.
Quotes attributable to John Ballis CEO Reclink Australia
'Thanks to the funding from the Andrews Labor Government and Premier Daniel Andrews, the ActiVIC program will provide over 1800 activiely participated sports and recreation programs to Victorians experiencing extreme disadvantage. ActiVIC programs will be delivered in partnership with community organisations and sport and recreation leisure providers'
John Eren MP, Tim Pallas MP, Christine Couzens MP, Peter Cullen Reclink Founder & John Ballis Reclink CEO