The Foundation funds an Indigenous organisation to deliver an education program that is culturally appropriate and meets the unique communication needs of Victoria's Indigenous communities.
The VACSAL Aboriginal Gambling Awareness Service (VAGAS) is delivered by the Victorian Aboriginal Community Services Association Limited (VACSAL). VAGAS staff work with Indigenous communities throughout the state to raise awareness of responsible gambling and problem gambling.
They also work with us to improve Indigenous people’s access to culturally appropriate help with problem gambling.
To find out more visit the VACSAL website.
Mob Day is an initiative developed by the Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation in partnership with the VACSAL Aboriginal Gambling Awareness Service (VAGAS).
A range of culturally appropriate resource materials were developed to raise awareness of problem gambling and to promote Gambler's Help Services to Aboriginal communities in Victoria.
The message of Mob Day is: "Spend time with your family and community. It’s better than spending your money on gambling. Any day can be Mob Day."
Visit the Mob Day website to find out more.