Official Partnership – Larapinta Culture

The Inaugural Larapinta Trek team with the Larapinta Culture crew. We look forward to working together into the future and will be back in May 2019.

Official Partnership – Larapinta Culture

Larapinta Culture and Charity Bounce partner to inspire positive change and promote Aboriginal enterprise.

 

Larapinta Culture is the only Aboriginal-owned and operated business offering cultural awareness trekking in the Alice Springs region. Charity Bounce are partnering to offer three-day experiences along spectacular sections of the Larapinta Trail to support Charity Bounce programs in Central Australia (NT). Walk the Larapinta trail and experience the breadth and depth of country and culture alongside the traditional custodians. With links to the local Arrente and Warlpiri clans, the Aboriginal guides bring the land and its traditions to life.

 

To launch the partnership, Charity Bounce will walk for an annual fundraising trek in May 2019. Limited places are available to be a part of this unique experience. Find out more about the trek and how you can register….

 

Download the Program for the Annual Fundraising Trek!

 

Charity Bounce have partnered with the Aboriginal owned business for a custom three-day Bounce Experience, where you can walk and help support both organisations.  100% of donations raised go directly to Charity Bounce Central Australian programs. Itineraries can be tailor-made to meet the needs of different events and groups with the following options available:

  1. Corporate team treks. Register your interest…
  2. School group trek experiences. Register your interest in a student experience…
  3. Custom treks for women, families, or sports teams. Register your interest in a custom trek…

 

Charity Bounce CEO, Ian Heininger, stated “this partnership provides a great opportunity to promote positive outcomes not just for an Aboriginal owned business but for the entire community through the innovative partnership. We know it’s a relevant product for our network of corporate and individual supporters, delivered with authenticity, designed to achieve outcomes, all while inspiring positive change for everyone involved.”

 

Jungala Kris, one of the Lead Guides with more than 19 year’s experience in the tourism industry said “It’s great that Charity Bounce has been able to bring elite athletes to the region to give their time and share their talents to give back to grassroots, but just as important, sharing their knowledge of their trade to Aboriginal kids to motivate and inspire them into fields that could enhance their lives to bigger and better opportunities. These kids could become elite athletes themselves and contribute to the life cycle of opportunity for others and this is the contribution Charity Bounce delivers to the kids in Aboriginal communities.”

 

Charity Bounce have delivered programs in Central Australia, within the Nyewente, Ltyentye Apurte , and Ntaria Aboriginal communities in and around Alice Springs and the Mutijulu community in Uluru, on the court established ahead of the Rio Olympics by the Boomers national team, driven by NBA champion Patty Mills, the NBAPA and the ABA. Community initiatives will be taking place during May to coincide with the Annual fundraising trek.

 

The partnership with Larapinta Culture is intended to expand the reach across Central Australia through a high quality social enterprise initiative and delivery of a best practice community partnership model.

 

A big thanks to Six Black Pens who have been an amazing team that have supported the project to build websites and contribute to the branding and promotion of Larapinta Culture.

 

 

A big thanks to everyone that raised funds on the Larapinta Trek this year.

Oli from Six Black Pens on the inaugural Larapinta Trek last year.

 

There are some amazing places to explore on the Larapinta Trek.

There are some amazing places to explore on the Larapinta Trek.

Photos by Jem Cresswell

 

Charity Bounce is a not for profit organisation that exists to inspire positive change to overcome disadvantage for individuals and communities. With a focus on Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islanders and Culturally Diverse communities, including newly arrived refugees we aim to move people toward a more positive future through the development of sports, the arts, health, education and employment focused social programs. The programs are delivered in partnership with professional athletes to motivate change and inspire.

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