Awareness and prevention
A new campaign supporting people who gamble to identify risky behaviour and take action to prevent harm begins today.
To mark National Youth Week 2017, the Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation has released a discussion paper on young people and gambling: Gen Bet: Has gambling gatecrashed our teens?
To coincide with Cultural Diversity Week (18–26 March 2017), Inside gambling looks at the impact our nation’s strong gambling culture can have on people within Victoria’s multicultur ...
New grants totalling $4 million over the next two years will help prevent gambling harm in the community as part of the Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation’s Prevention Partnership Program ...
Cricket Victoria is the latest sporting group to say no to gambling sponsorships by signing the Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation’s responsible gambling charter.
We are delighted to renew our partnership with Melbourne Victory for a further two years. The club is passionate about promoting responsible gambling and reigniting their fans love of the game.
The Springvale Indo-Chinese Mutual Association (SICMAA), in partnership with the Multicultural Centre for Women’s Health (MCWH), is holding three separate events during Responsible Gambling Awar ...
Young Gippsland apprentices, predominantly young men aged 16-35 will be a focus for the important messages and tips promoted during Responsible Gambling Awareness Week (17–23 October 2016).