(Photo: Western Bulldogs AFLW midfielder Emma Kearney & ‘Ready, Settle, Go!’ participant Shemsyia Wako Waritu. Photo credit: Liz Vagg/Western Bulldogs)

On the 3rd of October, two of our team members attended the launch of the Daughters of the West Program.

The Daughters of the West Program is a free health program for women of the West that has been developed by the Western Bulldogs Football Club Community Foundation. It is designed to give women over the age of 18 the tools to lead a healthy life.

The Daughters of the West Program was developed after the incredible success of the Sons of the West men’s health program, which has been delivered across the Western corridor of Melbourne by the Bulldogs’ Community Foundation since 2014.

Kylie Davies-Culloden and Emine Jeffrey were in attendance on behalf of Campbell Page as the program is sponsored by some of our partners, including HealthWest and CoHealth.

It’s important for us to support our partners. It’s great to see some of the football teams giving back to the community in a way that is really beneficial to those who need it most. – Kylie Davies-Culloden, Partnerships Manager

The Health Minister, Jill Hennessy was in attendance, as well as a number of other dignitaries, including the President of the Western Bulldogs Football Club, Peter Gordon and the CEO of Priceline, Richard Vincent.

Campbell Page is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to transforming people’s lives through employment. We partner with a number of organisations within our communities as a way of bringing together services and benefiting the community. To find out more about our partnerships, please visit our website. To find out more about Campbell Page, please click here, or contact us directly.

Words by: Tiarne Pattison