WESTERN Bulldogs have secured an office base in central Ballarat.
The club is in the process of moving a community hub into 214 Mair Street, having taken over the lease on February 1.
Bulldogs’ Ballarat engagement manager Brett Goodes said the club was working with the community to best develop the flexible space before officially opening their doors.
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The Bulldogs made clear are determined the club’s partnership with the City of Ballarat will have a strong, hands-on community focus and involvement.
The Ballarat hub, led by Mr Goodes, will extend Bulldogs programs into the region, including Sons of the West men’s health, The Whitten Project youth leadership and emerging indigenous and multicultural initiatives.
The club launched children’s literacy program Bulldogs Read in Ballarat libraries in this week’s AFL Community Camp.
The Bulldogs’ new office will not a merchandise shopfront.
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