Benefits to organisations & clubs
We’ll plan together, create opportunities and develop experiences where everyone feels welcome. Our strengths-based approach will help break down barriers, tap into new voices, build confidence and sustainable actions - it’s about what you want to achieve.
It’s more than support to achieve your goals, it’s about making things happen, now and into the future. It’s the opportunity to engage new members and volunteers, advance skill sets, increase employee engagement, ensure diverse representation, inspire a thriving culture and so much more.Read more
Access to new funding streams
Benefits to individuals
No matter our background, where we come from or where we might live, we deserve to feel connected and welcome. Actually, inclusion can be life changing for a person.
- Improved physical and mental health
- Finding connections and developing support networks
- Development of new skills and confidence
- Reduction in stress, anxiety and depression
- Improved concentration, enhanced memory and better performance at school or work
Benefits To Communities
This why we do what we do.
“Toodyay juvenile crime typically involves offences such as graffiti, criminal damage, assaults to more serious crime such as burglary, stealing, sex offences and drug possession. The Toodyay Inclusive Community Program provides alternative choices for juveniles, interaction with other community members and developing relationships with local community clubs and groups. The Toodyay Inclusive Community Program has helped reduce the youth crime rate in our district and has full support from local police.”
Sgt. Warren Conder, Officer in charge, Toodyay Police Station
“Quinns Rock JCC wants to be an inclusive club, so providing opportunities for children with disabilities is a part of that goal. It’s really added another positive dimension to our club and it’s helped our club support and interact with children and families who weren’t previously a part of a local sporting club. Being able to pass on our knowledge and love for the game to people who haven’t had the opportunity to experience cricket before is proving to be life changing for them and their families. Our whole club has embraced it and we love that more people are finding a sense of belonging at our club.”
Serena Spadaro, Vice President, Quinns Rock Junior Cricket Club