Partner Information

Epic Good’s relationship with Worawa Aboriginal College in Healesville first began when Cathie visited Lockhardt River with Worawa Principal, Aunty Lois Peeler, in 2012. It was through this community visit that the EGF cemented a partnership with the Hawthorn Football Club’s Indigenous Program and built a strong relationship with the College.

In 2015, this relationship also helped establish an Indigenous Football team in the Eastern Region of Victoria under the guidance of Aunty Lois and known as the Eastern Eaglehawks. Support for the team via the Hawthorn Indigenous Program included mentoring, a cultural camp and assistance with goal setting and career pathways.

Worawa’s Lady Eaglehawks was established in an association with the Hawthorn Football Club Next Generation Academy, and in 2018 conducted a six week AFL Nutrition, Health and Fitness Program with VFLW/AFLW player Sarah Perkins.

In 2018, Epic Good partnered with Worawa, the HFC and the Indigenous Literacy Foundation to publish the book Deadly Sisters of Worawa, which was released on Indigenous Literacy Day.



Media Information

The deadly Sisters of Worawa, Anita Heiss blog 17.9.18

 

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