Looking out for eachother, that’s what being part of a club is all about. The last few years have seen us participate in the Ties For Lives Foundation’s SPOTaThon.
In 2018, we raised $735 for their SPOTA Crew mental health first aid program, which helps young people learn the signs of anxiety and depression and where they can get help for themselves or their friends.
Our annual pride round tradition began in 2015 when we worked with the Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission to pilot their Fair Go! Sport program. In 2018, we held our pride round in conjunction with Melbourne University Sport’s Pride in Sport initiative.
Read: Melbourne University Women’s Soccer Club host ‘Pride in Sport Round’ from Football Federation Victoria.
Our State 1 Women and Men’s VicSoccer team wear the special pride strip during our Pride in Sport Round, 2018. Image credit: By The White Line (Rachel Bach)
We participated in Football Federation Victoria’s (FFV) Love the Game round, an initiative dedicated to helping soccer clubs and their communities learn about responsible gambling.
Learn more about it in FFV’s video.