#ChangeOurGame for gender equality in sport
VicHealth is the latest organisation to get behind the Victorian Government's Change Our Game campaign.
Designed to inspire women and girls to participate and become leaders in sport, the campaign continues to gather momentum with VicHealth’s new $7.5 million Changing Our Game; Advancing gender equality in sport program.
The program includes ambassadors Australian cricket star Meg Lanning, Molly Strano from the Melbourne Renegades, Daisy Pearce from the Melbourne Football Club, Lauren Arnell from the Carlton Football Club, Emma Kearney from the Western Bulldogs and Maddie Garrick from the Melbourne Boomers.
The campaign brings together a range of partners, programs and initiatives to raise the profile of women’s sport in Victoria, boost participation for women and girls and highlight the importance of women’s leadership in sport.
For more information visit VicHealth and check out the Change Our Game website to find out more about how government and industry are working to increase leadership and participation in sport and recreation by women and girls.