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OUr Vision
To encourage participation in skateboarding. Introduce and engage people of all ages in the skateboarding community whilst promoting the physical and mental health benefits. 
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Tailored programs to ENGAGE children and young adults, who experience barriers (physical and mental) to COMMUNITY and SOCIAL interaction, through SKATEBOARDING. 

Contact Us to discuss how we can work together to create a Drop In & Take Off program for you or your organisation. 

UPCOMING EVENTS

UPCOMING EVENTS

ABOUT US

Drop In and Take Off Incorporated facilitate and fund programs to get more people active and involved in the skateboarding community.

 We operate with local councils, schools, youth and mental health organisation etc. to make skateboarding more accessable for everyone.
 We partner with local skateboarding lesson providers, such as Als Skate Co (utilising their existing experience, skills and infrastructure) to deliver programs which support our vision.
Programs will be primarily be delivered across the North East Victoria and the NSW Reverina regions.

 CURRENT PROGRAMS:
Alpine Shire Colour Run - Mental Health Promotion & Grip Tape Art - March 2023
Indigo Shire Skatepark workshops project - September 2022- February 2023*
 NSW Office for Regional Youth - Monthly Albury Skate Park Worskshops - Feb/June 2023**
NSW Office for Regional Youth - Southern NSW Competition Series - April/June 2023**
Workshop Series with STARTTS (Service for Treatment & Rehabilitation of Trauma & Torture Survivors).***
2022 Australia Post Community Grants - Community Mental Wellbeing Skateboard Program - Jan/Dec 2023**** 
Free Van Transport to local grass roots skateboard, BMX & Scooter Competitions.

LOCAL BUSINESS COMMUNITY SUPPORT:
- Wodonga Prestige
 - Blacklocks Wodonga

*This project was proudly funded by the Indigo Shire - Active Indigo Grant
**This project was proudly funded by the NSW Government.
***This project was proudly funded by Wodonga City Council - Community Impact Grant
****This project was proudly funded by 2022 Australia Post Community Grant