Play On Webinar Series

We’re excited to launch the Play On Webinar Series to help keep our community healthy and connected throughout the COVID-19 crisis and beyond.

The sessions will be delivered free of charge and will be made accessible for Western Bulldogs fans, members, program participants past and present and the wider community.

Whilst these are not replacing any of the flagship programs such as Sons of the West or the Youth Leadership Project, the webinars will offer key information and resources across a variety of topics including mental health, nutrition, resilience and much more.

We want everyone to play their part so we can Play On. Join WBCF for a Zoom webinar on 20th October where a group of expert panellists will provide key insights on COVID-19 Vaccines. We will bust the myths and answer the who, what, why and how on the vaccination roll-out as we close in on our Vaccination targets. The panel features acting Chief Health Officer in the Dept. of Health, professor Benjamin Cowie, and immunisation expert Associate Professor Margie Danchin. We will also hear from 2 young people to speak about their experience around COVID Vaccines, the first being Sobur Dhieu who is a facilitator for our GOAL mentoring program from African Youth Initiative and Wallace Butterfield, from our Inner West Youth Leadership Group. Click here to register.

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Upcoming Webinars

October 20th 2021, 5.30pm (AEST)

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