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Djerriwarrh Health Services, Darley Neighbourhood House, Aboriginal Literacy Foundation and the Shire of Moorabool have joined together to form the Darley Indigenous Homework & Wellbeing Program.

The program will assist over 80 Indigenous children at primary and secondary schools in Bacchus Marsh, and reach a further 500 members of the Bacchus Marsh and Darley Aboriginal communities. The program comprises of weekly homework and tutorial sessions, regular Literacy & Heritage camps and a number of exciting presentations from a range of Indigenous and non-Indigenous leaders and personalities.

The joint venture is being coordinated by the Aboriginal Literacy Foundation and Djerriwarrh Health Services, with excellent assistance from Anna Curry and Sue Bacon from the Darley Neighbourhood House. The program began on Tuesday 7th October 2014, and has received funding from HV McKay Charitable Trust and Marian & E.H Flack Trust. The program will also be supported by Rotary and Ardoch Youth Foundation.

If you would like more information about this program, you can contact us on (03) 9650 1006.