“Community, support, friendship and trust are all words that come to mind when thinking of Helping Hoops Richmond, and we could not imagine our week without it.”

Helping Hoops Richmond is a free, multicultural basketball program for kids living on the Richmond public housing estate. The program runs every Thursday from 4 to 6pm and is overseen by Coach Steve Bacash.

The program, now in its fifth year, is one of our most dynamic and colourful thanks to a cohort of amazing participants and volunteers. Community, support, friendship and trust are all words that come to mind when thinking of Helping Hoops Richmond, and we could not imagine our week without it. Richmond has enjoyed one of strongest and most consistent team of volunteers assisting Coach Steve, and we see this as the cornerstone for the health of the program. Although Richmond can always improve, it has become the standard by which we judge success, and we are looking forward to again doing great things in 2018.

THIS PROGRAM IS FUNDED BY THE JOHN & BETTY LAIDLAW LEGACY

Every Thursday, 4pm – 6pm
Richmond Public Housing Estate (outdoor basketball court)
110 Elizabeth St
Richmond VIC 3121

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