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Western Bulldogs Community Partners





The Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation works with key groups to anticipate, minimise, and where possible, prevent gambling-related harm in Victoria.

This includes health professionals, the gaming industry, government, researchers, community and sporting organisations.



The foundation provides a range of services to people affected by gambling, and runs community education campaigns to ensure people know where they can get help and raise awareness about responsible gambling. 



More than ever our fans, members and players are exposed to sports betting advertising through the media, new apps and technology.   



As a leader in our community, Western Bulldogs has a responsibility to protect supporters of the sport from harm, particularly reducing the exposure of our young fans to sports betting promotion. 



To help achieve this, we've signed the Responsible Gambling Charter which means we are refraining from making sponsorship deals with sports betting companies. 



Through our partnership we're encouraging fans to remember the passion, not the odds. 

For more information about the Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation, click here.






ComfortDelGro Cabcharge (CDC) Victoria is a key provider of essential transport services to over twelve million commuters across Victoria each year. Operating from six depots, with a fleet in excess of 440 buses and coaches, and over 670 drivers, we link people, places and communities. 

Across Melbourne our commuter routes operate under the Westrans and Eastrans brands. In regional Victoria our commuter routes cover the Greater Cities of Geelong and Ballarat as CDC Geelong and CDC Ballarat respectively.

In Australia CDC is a major operator of commuter and charter bus services. 

Globally ComfortDelGro is one of the largest land transport companies in the world. It currently operates in seven countries including the United Kingdom, Singapore and Ireland to Australia, Vietnam, Malaysia, as well as across twelve cities in China, including Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Shenyang and Chengdu.

CDC Victoria is proud to be a community partner of the Western Bulldogs. Contributing to the communities that we serve is a core element of CDC Victoria’s ethos. Thus we are delighted to invest in the development, education and wellbeing of society generally, through the Fresh Program.

For more information on CDC Victoria please visit www.cdcvictoria.com.au.




Qenos is Australia’s exclusive manufacturer of polyethylene and a valued supplier of a diverse range of specialty polymers. These are the essential inputs that are indispensable to our local industries such as food and beverage, construction, mining and energy, agriculture and water conservation, plus many more.

Qenos exists to advance the quality of life of people in Australia and China. We achieve this by inspiring our people to apply and continually develop our world class knowledge in chemistry and operational excellence.

Based in Altona, Qenos is proud to be associated with The Whitten Project which offers unique opportunities for young people to build confidence make new friendships and develop skills that will enable them to become future leaders in the community.



 

VicHealth (The Victorian Health Promotion Foundation) is a pioneer in health promotion – the process of enabling people to increase control over and improve their health. Our primary focus is promoting good health and preventing chronic disease.

We create and fund world-class interventions. We conduct vital research to advance Victoria’s population health. We produce and support public campaigns to promote a healthier Victoria. We provide transformational expertise and insights to government.

Of all the things we do, above all we seek to make health gains among Victorians by pre-empting and targeting improvements in health across our population, fostered within the day-to-day spaces where people spend their time, and with benefits to be enjoyed by all.

For more information, visit http://www.vichealth.vic.gov.au