Clubs WA recently held a series of successful Kickstarter Workshops in regional locations, including Corrigin, Esperance and Albany. The workshops provided a platform for local club members to network and discuss important issues affecting their clubs.
“Regional clubs in Western Australia face unique challenges due to their isolation and distance from major population centres. These workshops are an opportunity to bring club members together to share their experiences and collaborate on solutions to these challenges,” Clubs WA CEO, Karen Giles said.
The discussions were productive and provided valuable insights for addressing the specific needs of regional clubs in Western Australia. The Kickstarter Workshops were made possible with funding from the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries and support from The Road Safety Commission.
Clubs WA said the workshops were well-attended and the discussions were productive, providing valuable insights and ideas for addressing the specific needs of regional clubs in Western Australia.
Overall, the event was a great success thanks to the participation and contributions of all attendees. The Kickstarter Workshops are made possible with funding from the WA Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries and support from The Road Safety Commission. Clubs WA thanked the State Government for its support and funding through the Gaming Community Trust, to assist volunteer-led clubs prepare for the future.
More workshops will be held across Western Australia between now and the end of the year. Regional clubs interested in participating can contact Clubs WA at email@example.com.