Trekking to end family violence
Our Windermere team, led by Windermere Ambassador and footy great Matthew "Richo" Richardson are trekking Kokoda to raise funds to end family violence this October!
Read about our Kokoda team members in the article "They're taking on Kokoda" which appeared in the Pakenham Gazette on 24 October 2018.
Read about one of our team members in the article "Simon's Trek to the Top" which appeared in the Pakenham Gazette on 12 September 2018.
Read the article "Friends Journey to Stop Family Violence" which profiles three of our Kokoda team members. It appeared in the Pakenham Gazette on 22 August 2018.
Read the article "Rachel's Journey" about why one of team members joined the trek. It appeared in the Pakenham Gazette on 1 August 2018.
Read an update on the team in this article that appeared in the Pakenham Gazette on 20 June 2018.
Check out this article that recently appeared in the Pakenham Gazette on 21 March 2018 about the team and what they hope to achieve.
To support Windermere's Kokoda team, click here.
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