Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) is a life changing disorder that affects 20% of children in Fitzroy Crossing and 30% of youth in juvenile detention in WA.  Dr James FitzPatrick, former Young Australian of the Year and nominee for Australian of the Year 2016, will be presenting on the work he has been involved with through Patches Paediatrics and Telethon Kids, in the Kimberley and Pilbara.
Rotary are initiating 'Make FASD History' in the Kalgoorlie Goldfields area to help support children with FASD and their families and anticipate receiving substantial grant funding to launch this substantial and important project.  To the people in the affected areas, Make FASD History is as important as Making Polio History was 50 years ago. 
Come and join us for the historic launch of this project on Wednesday 14th June at 6.00-8.00 pm at the Central Park conference centre.  Additional details are provided on the attached flier.  Donate Here
Hope you can be there to see how we can all make a difference together.