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Rosie Duffy  February 7, 2013 7:30 PM

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Fairgame WA

The Fremantle Dockers are proud to announce Fairgame WA as a Community Partner for season 2013.

Fairgame WA is a not-for-profit volunteer organisation that delivers health education and fitness programs to under serviced West Australian communities through the donation of recycled sports equipment.

So far this year Fairgame WA has collected 5800 items for donation and has inspired 700 participants throughout WA with its distinct programs created by its volunteers.

It’s aim is to build the capacity of the communities in which it operates to provide for prolonged and sustained health and wellness improvements from the physical, psychological and community benefits of sport and fitness.

Fairgame WA sources pre-loved sports equipment from schools, individuals, sports teams, sports centres, private business and hospitals.
The charity provides opportunities for people to pass on old sports equipment that they are no longer using to communities that would really appreciate them.

A Fairgame WA donation bin is located at the Fremantle Dockers Football Club, so if you have any unwanted sports equipment pop down to Fremantle Oval and leave it in the bin.

Fairgame WA regional coordinator Hamish Watkins said the partnership between Freo and Fairgame WA was a great fit.

“Fairgame's vision aligns with the Dockers’ goals to deliver meaningful initiatives throughout WA,” he said.

“We are expanding our operations next year and will be running our sport, health and wellness programs throughout the Pilbara, Kimberley, Wheatbelt and Perth Metro regions.

“We will continue to deliver healthy messages by engaging community members through sport and wellness activities.”

Fairgame WA website: www.fairgamewa.org