Healthway eNewsletter February 2018


Oxfam Close the Gap Day

Supporting LGBTQI community

Murdoch University and the Telethon Kids Institute both received $70,050 from Healthway to support two mental health research projects for WA's LGBTQI community. Find out more.

Image: Online game TranSPARX, which will be the focus of one of the research projects. Copyright: University of Auckland

Promoting artistic talent

Healthway, through Act-Belong-Commit, has helped artists with and without a disability to come together to carve a series of images into woodblocks to create a mega print at DADAA's Act-Belong-Commit Artist in Residence Program, Hard Pressed. Watch the big reveal.

Image copyright: DADAA

CALD kids Go for 2&5

Healthway sponsors Edmund Rice Centre WA's youth sport programs for multicultural youth to promote the Go for 2&5 health message. As a result, everyone is enjoying eating more fruit, youth leaders are creatively preparing healthy food, and coaches are taking part in nutrition training. Read more.

Image copyright: Edmund Rice Centre WA

SunSmart ocean swim

For 21 years Healthway, through SunSmart, has been supporting the Busselton Jetty Swim. This year saw a record number of participants and spectators not only enjoy this event, but remind us how we can prevent skin cancer. Find out more.

Image copyright: OKMG

Special needs children benefit

With the support of Healthway, more than 50 special needs junior footballers participated in 16 Auskick sessions at the Go for 2&5 Coolbinia Starkick - All Abilities Bombers in 2017. The fruit smoothie bike was a huge hit. 2018 Starkick registrations now open. Read more.

Image copyright: Coolbinia Bombers JFC

Upcoming events

Find out about other events and projects proudly supported by Healthway.