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New Partnership with Softball Australia

Kidney Health Australia has recently become Softball Australia’s charity of choice.

Australia's softball history began in 1939 when Gordon Young, Director of Physical Education in NSW, began to promote the game in schools and colleges. Softball has been a major sport in the schools program for some time now and it is estimated that more than 250,000 children play the game.

Eight Australian Championships are played each year: Women's, Men's, Under 23 Women and Men, Under 19 Women and Men, and Under 16 Girls and Boys. No matter how old you are or what your skill level is, Softball Australia has something for everyone.

Softball Australia and Kidney Health Australia share common goals: to promote a healthy lifestyle through sport and to help prevent kidney disease. With that in mind, the two organisations have joined forces to boost awareness about the benefits of living a healthy and active lifestyle.

With 1 in 3 Australians at increased risk of kidney disease, our health message can now be shared with a large audience of softball players and supporters. 

We thank Softball Australia for their support and look forward to working together.

For more information visit www.softball.org.au.

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