“Seeing relationships develop between coaches and children is one of the best parts of Helping Hoops, and Croxton has seen many new friendships form.”

Helping Hoops Croxton is a free basketball program for kids with an intellectual disability living in Melbourne’s north. The program runs every Wednesday from 3 to 4pm and 5 to 6pm and is overseen by coach Steve Bacash.

The program, now in its seventh year, continues to provide an encouraging environment for children with special needs. Coach Steve has completed his first year as head coach and has developed greatly in his communication with the group. Seeing relationships develop between coaches and children is one of the best parts of Helping Hoops, and Croxton has seen many new friendships form. Older participants have moved on after completing schooling, which opens up opportunities for younger children to take their place, and we have seen many new faces come through the program in 2017. Our second oldest program is in good hands.

THIS PROGRAM IS FUNDED BY THE MARIAN & EH FLACK TRUST

Every Wednesday, 3pm – 4pm & 5pm – 6pm
(2 sessions)
Croxton School
159 Beaconsfield Parade
Northcote VIC 3070

Arrange a visit by contacting Adam McKay on 0433 857 875 or adam@helpinghoops.com.au