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“Mighty Bees” Soccer Program Launches: Empowering Kids With Disabilities

Pictured above: Our Dedicated Program Deliverer, Gabbi Tauber


Welcome to the exciting kick-off of the All-Abilities “Mighty Bees” program at Maccabi FC Caulfield! We are thrilled to introduce this inclusive soccer initiative, tailored specifically for kids with disabilities in our community. It’s been a long time coming, and we’re proud to finally bring it to life.

Meet Gabbi Tauber: Our Dedicated Program Deliverer

We’re delighted to have Gabbi Tauber on board as the driving force behind the Mighty Bees program. With extensive experience in group sessions and working with neurodivergent children in various settings, Gabbi is the perfect fit. She’s currently in her final year of studying occupational therapy, and her expertise will be invaluable in helping the program thrive.

Program Schedule and Format

For now, the Mighty Bees program will be held every Sunday morning at 9:30 am. As interest grows and more participants join, we’ll adapt the program to accommodate the needs of different age groups. Here’s what you need to know:

  • Program dates: Sundays, 26th March to 16th April
  • Kick-off time: 9:30 am for 1 hour
  • Venue: The “Extreme” field at the back of the Caulfield Park bowls club
  • Designed for children: 8 – 12 yrs

Join the Mighty Bees Family

We invite you to bring your kids and join us for the first session on Sunday, 26th March. We’re confident that the Mighty Bees program will become an enriching and enjoyable experience for all children with diverse abilities in our community. Let’s make this program a success, one kick at a time!

Go Mighty Bees! 🐝

Register your interest: HERE


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