Richmond Football Club’s vision for Reconciliation is to connect our nation, uniting first and new peoples who thrive together. Through Korin Gamadji Institute, Richmond FC continue to celebrate and communicate Indigenous rights, culture and heritage, while creating new opportunities for the next generation of emerging Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander leaders.
Richmond began their journey towards supporting reconciliation in 2011 with the Maurice Rioli Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP). Since then we have executed two further RAPs, with our 2018-20 RAP achieving ‘Elevate’ status and demonstrating a point of depth in our reconciliation journey. We have committed to a bridging RAP for 2021 and are currently developing our 2022-25 RAP.
DIVERSITY & INCLUSION
Richmond and Korin Gamadji are committed to fostering a culture of inclusion by celebrating and connecting with diverse and marginalised communities. Through our Diversity & Inclusion Action Plan (DIAP) we endeavour to build a diverse and inclusive club and connect with those who are often disconnected and under-represented within the AFL industry.
We are currently developing the next iteration of our DIAP which will outline our commitments for 2022-25.
Aligned Leisure is a 100% owned subsidiary company of the Richmond Football Club, established as a vehicle to manage the operations of Richmond’s health, fitness and leisure business activities. Korin Gamdji Institute have staff based in Mildura, Albury/Wodonga and Eltham who can help connect young Indigenous people with Aligned Leisure services.
Alannah & Madeline Foundation
Korin Gamadji Institute is proud to support the Alannah & Madeline Foundation, Richmond’s preferred charity partner. The Alannah & Madeline Foundation is the leading national charity working to protect children from the effects of violence, bullying and cyber risks, as well as advocating for the safety and wellbeing of children.