The West Coast Eagles, Wirrpanda Foundation and the Department of Employment recently launched a collaborative program to help young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people gain employment.

As a part of the Deadly Sista Girlz program, our year 12 students at St Mary’s College in Broome held a fundraiser to help raise money for their end of year camp.

The Wirrpanda Foundation recently celebrated 12 years of operation at our 2017 Annual Fundraising Dinner on October 19 at the State Reception Centre at Fraser’s Restaurant, Kings Park. 

After joining the Wirrpanda Foundation’s Aboriginal Driver Training program close to two years ago, Annette O’Malley has successfully gained her driver’s licence.

The Wirrpanda Foundation has received a grant of $2,000,000 from Lotterywest to assist in the construction of our new Head Office at Lathlain Park.

The Wirrpanda Foundation joined the West Coast Eagles for the launch of our shared 2017 – 2020 stretch Reconciliation Action Plan at the Town of Bassendean’s NAIDOC Family Day.