SOS Health Foundation is delighted at a new partnership with Roundnet Australia to support health and wellness through exercise and sport, for kids in the remote indigenous communities SOS Health Foundation serves. The Roundnet Australia donation of 50 Spikeball Kits for SOS Volunteer Physios, OT’s, Podiatrists and others to take into the communities in which SOS Health already provides allied health services will be a a real bonus according to SOS CEO Nikki Capp.
“Not only is this an opportunity to encourage and enable kids to exercise more, because Roundnet is just taking off in Australia, this is a chance for indigenous kids to get in on the early uptake of this great new sport and become some of Australia’s best players!”
The Roundnet SOS partnership was launched on the Channel 9 Today Show when they crossed live to the SOS Health Foundation Charity Golf Day on Monday 3 Dec.
“We look forward to working with SOS Health Foundation to get indigenous kids in remote places playing Spikeball. Its easy to play, loads of fun, and is a great team, health and fitness building game. We’re also looking to offer some clinics and Spikeball Comps in the communities where SOS Health is already working” said Roundnet Australia CEO, James Docking at the launch.