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Social sports and programs for women and girls will be the winners in VicHealth’s latest funding round.
Letter-to-editor by VicHealth CEO Jerril Rechter
New research analysing official crash statistics finds that senior pedestrians injured or killed in crashes are often hit by drivers who were legally required to give way to them.
There are just two weeks left for social sports and programs for women and girls to apply for VicHealth’s latest funding round, closing Friday 23 September.
VicHealth is proud to be a major partner in tomorrow night’s AFL Women’s All Star AFL Match between Melbourne Demons and the Western Bulldogs.
VicHealth has applauded changes to Netball Australia’s ANZ Championship league announced today along with a ground-breaking broadcast deal.
Two Learning Impact Fund education grant rounds, with a total of $1 million available for successful applicants, opened on 27 July 2016.
St Kilda will officially launch the inaugural AFL Pride Game against Sydney Swans today.
VicHealth is providing more than $400,000 in grants to support the resilience, social connection and mental wellbeing of Victorian youth.
Men and boys participate in organised sport at twice the rate of women and girls according to a new study that analysed participation data across 11 different sports.
By Jerril Rechter, VicHealth CEO
By Dr Bruce Bolam, Executive Manager Programs, VicHealth