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Community Partnerships


Subiaco is proud to partner a range of community groups and charitable causes.


We at the Subiaco Football Club are proud to be an integral part of our local community. With our community stretching from our traditional base in Subiaco, our current home in Vincent as well as throughout our metro and regional districts we aim to use sport and Australian Rules as a way of supporting the community. We continue to look to grow our community outreach and are always investigating ways to support local groups, individuals and causes.


Some of these groups, individuals and causes are:



Prost! Inc. is a not for profit organisation that provides professionally guided exercise training and support to men during Prostate Cancer treatment, so they can optimise their recovery.


It was founded by Men's Health Physiotherapist Jo Milios in 2013 and was the first community based exercise program in the world. The exercise program is run by a qualified Exercise Physiologist, with sessions held each Tuesday and Thursday morning at the Subiaco Football Club training facilities in Leederville.


The vision of Prost! is a world where male health issues are prioritised, recognised, understood and practiced with respect, compassion and encouragement for the benefit of all humanity.


The Subiaco Football Club assists Prost! by providing their training facilities twice a week so that members in the Prost! group have a high quality facility to use while they continue to work towards individual recovery. 




SEDA Group

SEDA Group is the leader of hands on education for year 11 and 12 students. Partnering with peak industry organisations, SEDA Group seek to provide students unique opportunities and experiences specific to their interests. 


SEDA Group students receive a tailored career plan to developkey employability and life skills for a successful future. Students in SEDA learn by doing, with a focus towards developing key skills and personal attributes as well as towards academic outcomes.


The Subiaco Football Club assists SEDA Group in two different ways. SEDA Group utilise Subiaco's facilities to run their classroom sessions in a professional environment allowing students a central location to complete their studies. The Subiaco Football Club in 2018 is also assisting two students complete their workplace learning modules within the club.




Orange Sky

Orange Sky Australia is the world's first free mobile laundry service for people experiencing homeless - an idea founded in a Brisbane garage by two 20-year-old mates.


Orange Sky Australia had an aim to improve hygiene standards and restore dignity to people doing it tough, however this has grown into something far more significant, the power of a conversation. Facilitated by 1000 volunteers Orange Sky volunteers have engaged in more than 100,000 hours of conversations to date, helping to dispel myths about homelessness and postively connecting communities. 


The Subiaco Football Club assist Orange Sky in Perth by allowing offering their facilities to an Orange Sky van in Perth allowing for improved hygiene standards among homeless as well as those vital conversations to take place.