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The power that is behind the Leroy Loggins Foundation
Leroy Loggins

The key driver to the Foundation’s development, and the formulation of its charter as providing sporting, social and educational development and opportunities to children from disadvantaged backgrounds, and in particular with the Indigenous community is as a result of the personal desire of Leroy Loggins’ to help this section of the community.

Growing up, Leroy experienced first hand many of the social issues affecting disadvantaged groups and the lack of opportunities for support to develop sporting and social skills and school based competencies. Using sport as a means to complete education and also as a basis for employment opportunities, Leroy is able to be a practical role model for local Indigenous children as he can relate to them based on his own experiences.

This position has been further enhanced by Leroy’s awards of the ‘Keys to Brisbane’ and the Australian Sports Medal (2000) as well as being the most decorated player in the history of the Australian National Basketball League and representing his adopted country in the Barcelona Olympic Games.

 

 

 

 

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