Shelley Ware is our 2017 National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children’s Day Ambassador!

SNAICC is thrilled to announce Shelley Ware as the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children’s Day (Children’s Day) 2017 Ambassador.

Shelley is well-known for her deadly role on NITV’s ground-breaking Marngrook Footy Show and has become one of the most respected and recognised female presenters of AFL football in the country.

Shelley is a proud Yankanjatjara and Wirangu woman from Adelaide, South Australia, who currently lives in Melbourne. Shelley is a proud mother and works part-time as a childhood educator in Melbourne.

We are humbled to have Shelley as our ambassador for Children’s Day this year; her passion, drive and experiences across community and education are greatly welcomed by our team at SNAICC.

We thank Shelley for leading the voice for our children this year and spreading the word on how to best celebrate our little ones on 4 August.

Children’s Day is the one day – and a fantastic day – for our kids to feel special and to celebrate themselves.”

– Shelley Ware, 2017 Children’s Day Ambassador

Visit to learn more about the history of this important day, about the theme for 2017 and its significance, and to order Children’s Day bags and register your event.

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