The Alliance Wolves is a pioneering engagement program for children with special needs. It uses sport as a platform to encourage participation in physical activity and hones important skills such as hand-eye coordination and agility. West Sydney Wolves (WSW) Basketball Association have partnered with Alliance Project Group (APG) to bring this inspiring grass-root initiative to life. “Alliance Project Group is proud to be a part of an inclusive program that brings joy to these inspiring children,” says Rouad Elayoubi, founding Director of APG. “It’s great to see this initiative eventuate, and I was inspired by all of the children, teachers and administration at The Hills School. It’s important that we derive from the success Alliance has had over the last few years, a way to invest into our communities, to see them grow and for grass-root programs to flourish.”

Yesterday afternoon, Rouad and Danny Mikati (APG’s Community Manager) enjoyed participating with the children of the Hills School, Northmead in the inaugural Alliance Wolves Program. WSW Chairman, Bob Turner (former coach for the Sydney Kings) and Ronnie Khalil (CEO of WSW) are leading the expansion of the program across special purpose schools throughout NSW in partnership with APG.

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