Reds Volleyball Association are delighted to announce international human services provider, APM, as a new partner of the Association.
APM supports over 1 million people each year to find employment, improve their health and wellbeing, and participate in their community. APM services help people with injury, illness or disability, children and older adults, unemployed people, and those facing hardship or harm.
Reds Volleyball Association President Anthony Meo welcomed APM to the Reds Volleyball family.
“APM and Reds are both proud WA organisations that have come from humble beginnings with big dreams and we are excited to have them on board for 2022.
“The support of APM will enable Reds to expand our Reds Reach program through our All Abilities and Sitting Volleyball that was launched last year, and this will create new opportunities for Reds to engage new participants in our sport.
“APM’s mission of enabling better lives aligns with our Reds goal to foster a community that is built on creating new and improved opportunities for people through volleyball,” Meo said.
Group CEO Michael Anghie said APM’s support of Reds would also help promote the Association’s All Abilities and Sitting Volleyball program.
“APM is very proud to partner with Reds Volleyball Association, and we look forward to supporting their all-abilities initiative that aims to get more people with disability into sport,” Mr Anghie said.
“Volleyball is a sport that appeals to all age groups, is gender-equal, very social and community spirited.”
Since 1994, APM has supported greater diversity and inclusiveness across the community through its core businesses, including getting people with disability into sustainable jobs and the long term unemployed off welfare.
For more information about Reds Volleyball Association’s All Abilities and Sitting Volleyball Program, please find out more here: https://www.redsvolleyball.com.au/all-abilities-program/.
APM started in 1994 as a small team in Perth looking to provide better vocational rehabilitation for injured workers so they could recover their health and stay in their jobs. The organisation is now an international human services provider. APM’s services focus on enhancing an individual’s employability, health and wellbeing, and social and economic participation in their community. APM takes great pride in empowering people to realise their ambitions and aspirations through sustainable employment, independence, better health and wellbeing, and increased social participation. Each year, APM supports more than 1 million people of all ages to live a better quality of life. Learn more: https://apm.net.au.