Dardi Munwurro and Melbourne Storm have this year extended their incredible partnership to 10 years.
Over that time both organisations have worked closely together for the common goal of assisting and supporting men to get their best out of themselves in all walks of life.
Dardi Munwurro, which means 'Strong Spirit', is aimed at delivering a range of healing, behaviour change and family violence programs for Aboriginal families and communities.
Storm and Dardi Munwurro have hosted the Victorian Men's Gathering since 2015. This is a day centred around discussing important issues such as mental health, family violence and alcohol and drugs in the community.
This Thursday the event will be held at The Glasshouse on Olympic Boulevard to coincide with NRL Indigenous Round. Storm captain Cameron Smith and winger Josh Addo-Carr will be among the speakers on the day.
Melbourne Storm will wear a specially designed Indigenous jersey to be worn during Saturday's clash with the Titans.
Further to the annual Men's Gathering, the partnership between Storm and Dardi Munwurro extends to the Club's Welfare Manager Peter Robinson spending one day a fortnight working at the organisation to assist with its programs.