The Unity Cup is an initiative of the Australian Federal Police (AFP), AFL Multicultural Program and the Essendon football club and was first played in 2008.
The Unity Cup provides many benefits to those who participate. Talent Pathway Programs, Leadership Programs and Personal Development Sessions are available to build new skills and experience. The TAC Unity Cup is a great way to make new friends and keep fit, both having positive impacts on the health and social wellbeing of participants. There are also volunteering opportunities, if getting onto the field isn’t for you.
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The L2P Program is a program funded by the TAC, managed by the Department of Transport and delivered by either local councils or not-for-profit community agencies. The program assists learners between 16-21 years of age, who do not have access to a supervising driver or vehicle, to gain the driving experience required to apply for a probationary license.
The L2P program is free for eligible young people aged 16-21 years and matches learners with a fully licensed volunteer mentors, who have access to a sponsored vehicle which they can use to get supervised driving experience.
CLICK HERE to learn more about how the L2P Program can help you get your license, or become a mentor.
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