13 July 2018

NASCA partners with Viva Energy

Viva Energy and National Aboriginal Sporting Chance Academy partner to launch Resilience Program in Western Sydney. Media Release below...

13 February 2018

The National Apology: NASCA 10 Years On

Today, 13th February 2018, marks 10 years since Kevin Rudd’s apology to the Stolen Generations and their families –...

22 September 2017

NASCA Traditional Indigenous Games Olympics

The first Annual NASCA Traditional Indigenous Games Olympics was held at Western Sydney University and was a roaring success....

22 September 2017

Up Skilling our Young People

There are not many crises that can’t be helped with either some first aid skills or a good cup...

18 August 2017

My Time at NASCA

Reflections from Marianne I’ve lived in Redfern for nearly two years now, but had only ever been by the...

14 August 2017

NASCA Kids Thrive With Access to Culture

“Aboriginal People’s connection, your intimate connection, to the land and sea are deep, abiding, ancient, and yet modern. This...

14 August 2017

We brought back red dust on the soles of our shoes and in our hearts

Last week we returned from one of the most exciting and eye-opening adventures. NASCA staff accompanied twelve students from...

2 August 2017

NAIDOC Week – How Did We Celebrate?

NASCA celebrates Aboriginal cultures every day of the year”.   During NAIDOC week however, we are fortunate to get...

28 July 2017

High Achieving NASCA Students from Sydney to attend the prestigious Garma Festival.

NASCA is very pleased to announce that students from our Western Sydney and South Sydney Academies will have the...

23 June 2017

Blake Inspires Young People Everyday

Blake Borgia gained his first experience working in a remote Aboriginal community volunteering with NASCA in 2009, when he...