Agri Labour Australia is proud to have built a team that embraces our values and seeks out and creates opportunities to support our candidates, clients and country, and today we’re shining a light on our Southern Account Manager, Damien Hall, and the tremendous DreamTime at the P initiative that he co-founded.
The event’s ultimate goal is to raise awareness and encourage conversations about the challenges faced by indigenous people and those from other ethnic backgrounds in our multicultural society, and to create new opportunities for those who have been disadvantaged.
As a local Mallee identity and former 3-time premiership coach of the Rovers Football Club in Alice Springs, co-founder Damien is truly passionate about this cause.
Damien is looking forward to working in partnership with Central Australia Redtails Football Club Founder Rob Clarke, who has achieved incredible success with indigenous youth, to bring the same opportunities to the SFNL.
Agri Labour Australia is incredibly proud of Damien’s work and thrilled to be a sponsor of the event, which is expected to attract a crowd of over 5000 people.
The game will also be broadcast on radio and live-streamed on YouTube, with a strong focus on fostering inclusiveness, acceptance, tolerance and understanding between different cultures – values that resonate strongly with Agri Labour Australia.
The event is also well placed to kick start the local Mildura economy as it recovers from devastating floods and storm damage, and provide an opportunity to connect with our primary producers and business owners.
We’re looking forward to supporting Damien and everyone involved in this fantastic initiative on game day – Saturday, 15 April at the new Mildura Sporting Precinct.