Kangaroo Jack Gives Back
Supporting The Warruwi Indigenous Community
The Warruwi Indigenous Community is located on the remote South Goulburn Island in West Arnhem Land, Northern Territory. The Warruwi School on the island provides an education for 116 students from 0-18 years of age. The school offers a FaFT program (Families as First Educators), combined grades classrooms and employment pathways program for high school students. Kangaroo Jack has recently donated footballs for the students to play with as part of their recreational activities at Warruwi School. Proceeds from Kangaroo Jack online football merchandise sales will also go towards purchasing football boots for the students.
Warruwi School Students – Tuesday, 1 June 2021
Indigenous Australian artist Merryn Apma supporting our Kangaroo Jack Face Mask range for sale, helping to raise funds for the Narana Aboriginal Cultural Centre’s ‘Delama Mok-Borriyn Education & Leadership Program’ that supports and empowers disadvantaged Indigenous youth as featured in the Geelong Advertiser.
Geelong Advertiser – Monday, 7 September 2020
Indigenous Australian singer and actress Jessica Mauboy wearing our Kangaroo Jack Face Mask and supporting the ‘Delama Mok-Borriyn Education & Leadership Program’, while taking over Smallzy’s Surgery on Nova 96.9 FM in Sydney.
Nova 96.9 Sydney – Friday, 28 August 2020
Tai "Bam Bam" Tuivasa
Indigenous Australian UFC Heavyweight fighter Tai Tuivasa wearing our Kangaroo Jack Face Mask and supporting the ‘Delama Mok-Borriyn Education & Leadership Program’, while competing at the Ultimate Fighting Championship 254 in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.
UFC 254 – Thursday, 22 October 2020
Kangaroo Jack proudly supports the Narana Aboriginal Cultural Centre and its Indigenous educational programs for the community. We are excited to be partnering and giving back to our local Indigenous Community by supporting a new educational program called the ‘Delama Mok-Borriyn Education & Leadership Program’. The program focuses on developing leadership of Indigenous youth, creating further educational opportunities and highlighting the importance of networking and development via the youth of our communities.
For more information on the program or how to also get involved please email firstname.lastname@example.org