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Power to spike footy spend

Port Adelaide chairman says Power will be "eighth-to-sixth" in football department investment.

9:54pm  Mar 27, 2015

Four'N Twenty partners with Port Adelaide

AFL's favourite pies are on board with Port Adelaide in 2015.

12:44pm  Mar 27, 2015

Port Adelaide launches 2015 campaign

The who's who of Port Adelaide and football open the season with glittering launch, just off Rundle Street.

8:00pm  Mar 26, 2015

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Power Community Ltd is a separate entity created by the Port Adelaide Football Club to plan and deliver community programs in South Australia and the Northern Territory. 

Power Community Ltd works in partnership with a range of government, corporate and not-for-profit agencies to deliver programs with a focus on engagement, leadership and pathways to employment.

Power Community Ltd employs eight full-time staff, a number of elite athletes, consultants and casual staff.

Together we engaged over 105, 000 people in 2013.

Use the teal buttons below to learn more about our programs.

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WillPOWER in the APY Lands Diary: Day 4 – Yunyarini

Kenmore Park, dancing and the long trip back to Uluru make up the WillPOWER team's final day on the Lands.

10:00pm Feb 25, 2015

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WillPOWER in the APY Lands Diary: Day 3 – Fregon

A visit to Fregon to deliver WillPOWER to the community's young kids brings a smile to many faces.

10:00pm Feb 24, 2015

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WillPOWER in the APY Lands Diary: Day 2 – Indulkana

WillPOWER gets underway for the first time in the APY Lands as portadelaidefc.com.au joins Byron Pickett, Taliqua Clancy and Paul Vandenbergh to Indulkana

12:50pm Feb 24, 2015

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WillPOWER in the APY Lands Diary: Day 1

While Adelaide swelters through its own hot, heady Sunday, portadelaidefc.com.au was enduring a red-eye flight en route to Uluru to be part of the first week of the WillPOWER program rollout in the APY Lands

12:34pm Feb 23, 2015

PTV: Empowering Youth Program Medibank Community Fund

Matthew Lobbe gives a run down on the basic principles and foundations of the Empowering Youth Program.

November 18, 2014  10:23 AM

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