It supports isolated and marginalised parents and enables a safe space to engage in the community, encouraging them to run events that they feel are important to help them become better engaged in their children’s lives and their community.
This incorporates parenting classes, playgroups, health and fitness initiatives as well as additional programs that support parents and their children and are religiously and culturally appropriate.
We fundamentally believe that these early intervention programs can limit toxic masculinity and reduce rates of anxiety and depression that often lead to the prevalent outcomes of suicide and domestic abuse we see in our society.
The sports aim to be challenging. Children are able to transfer their sports skills into a real match environment. Children are also taught valuable life lessons such as fair play, teamwork and the importance of hard work.