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About Good Sports

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Our Awards

Good Sports is an award-winning program. Over recent years, the Australian Drug Foundation has been recognised for the great work of the Good Sports program. Our clubs are part of this success. For information on the Good Sports National Awards program visit our National Awards page.


HESTA Community Sector Award

Organisation Winner 2013


The Australian Drug Foundation was awarded the prestigious Organisation HESTA Community Sector Award at a gala dinner as part of the ACOSS National Conference in Adelaide on 25 March 2013. We were awarded in recognition of the achievements of the Good Sports program for our work to make community sporting clubs healthier, safer and more family-friendly.

In accepting this award we would like to acknowledge the community sector for the role it plays supporting people affected by drug and alcohol related problems, their children and loved ones. We believe supporting the prevention focused work of the community sector is vital and would like to thank the sponsors of these awards including ME Bank, Hesta and ACOSS.

We will use the $10,000 prize money to continue to support clubs through our own national awards program as well as to provide more Responsible Service of Alcohol training.

For more information on the HESTA Community Sector Awards visit the awards website


Australian Parliament Sports Club Community Sport Award

Sustainable Sport Winner 2011

The Australian Parliament Sports Club recognises achievements in the community sport sector each year at their inaugural awards held in Canberra. Good Sports was honoured with the Sustainable Sport Award in October 2011 for our contribution to “sport as a vehicle to promote social cohesion in local communities.”

For more information visit the awards website