Resiliency basketball programs are back

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Resiliency basketball programs are back

We are set to open up again after the recent Covid-19 situation in NSW and have some exciting plans for whats ahead! We are working with our venue partners to open up a series of resiliency basketball programs across a range of locations in December and January. All programs will be delivered according to strict Covid 19 conditions as we make sure we keep everyone safe as we get back on the court.


We acknowledge the recent impact to all the young people, families and communities and look forward to getting safely back on the court in 3 locations across Sydney with more holiday programs than ever. We cant wait to see everyone again for one of our resiliency focussed basketball clinics with former Harlem Globetrotter Tracy Williams and to meet some of the special guests we have planned. Bounce clinics are not just about building your skills and knowledge on the court but also about developing resiliency and a strong mindset as you go through life so we hope you can apply some of these skills as we get through this week.


We will be getting registrations up and running over the next few days with the following events already locked in and more info to come….


  • Breakfast Club resumes in late- November
  • Focus Camps- December 20-22 & December 27-29
  • Holiday Camp 9am-12pm- Jan 3 -5, Jan 10 & 11, Jan 17 & 18,  Jan 24 & 25
  • Parent/Carer & child Camp 9am-12pm- Jan 12th
  • Women Only Camp 9am-12pm- Jan 13th
  • Extraordinary Child & Parent/Carer Camp 9am-11am- Jan 19th 


Stay safe and we will keep in touch next week on whats ahead along with all the registration information!



Charity Bounce is a not for profit organisation that exists to build resiliency and positive job futures for young people at -risk (12-24), using innovation through basketball to create ‘out of reach’ opportunities that inspire and motivate change. With a focus on Indigenous and culturally diverse communities, including newly arrived refugees, we aim to move young people toward a more positive future through the development of sports, education and employment focused social programs. The programs are delivered in partnership with sporting organisations, engaging professional athletes alongside our youth workers to motivate and inspire our participants.


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