The following organisations are partners and supporters of the “don’t let your dreams go up in smokes” youth focused smoking campaign. Service partnerships and sponsorship support have been provided in the aim of to preventing young Aboriginal people taking up smoking as well as encouraging participation in physical activity and healthy lifestyles.
- Northern Nunga All-stars
Aboriginal Basketball program held in the northern suburbs of Adelaide supporting young people engage in physical activity and supporting after school hours sporting activities .
- North Adelaide Football Club
Braden Allen a northern Adelaide football player is an ambassador for the campaign and has helped to share the campaign messages. Visit the website at www.nafc.com.au
- South Australian Aboriginal Sports Training Academy
The South Australian Aboriginal Sports Training Academy (SAASTA) is a unique sporting and educational program that provides Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander high school students with the skills, opportunities and confidence to Dream, Believe and Achieve in the areas of sport, education, employment and healthy living. Visit the website at www.saasta.sa.edu.au
- Nunga Tag Carnival Christies Beach
The Nunga Tag Carnival is a free annual Southern Region Community Event that provides an opportunity for Aboriginal students, families and community members to network and engage with both the schools and their local community service providers and organisations.
- Adelaide Children’s university
Children’s University Australia is an international partner of Children’s University Trust (UK) and managed by the University of Adelaide, South Australia. The Children’s University concept offers superior educational experiences for children aged between 7 and 14 years and volunteering opportunities for 15-18 year olds outside of school and recognises their achievements through the award of formal certificates and graduations. Visit the website at http://childrensuniversity.com.au/