Funds for the Vibe Project will be directed to the Australian Government’s programs that deliver front line services from 1 July 2014. We are currently in a transition arrangement.
Everyone at Vibe is extremely proud and humbled by the work we do on behalf of the community and of the support we receive from community, and the wider Australian public.
The Vibe Project includes:
• Deadly Vibe magazine
• The Deadlys
• Vibe 3on3
• InVibe magazine
• Deadly Sounds radio
• Move It Mob Style TV
• deadlyvibe.com.au (also as a value added activity, Deadly Vibe on Facebook and Twitter sites and the weekly e-publication Deadly Vibe Wire).
As of 30 June 2014 all these activities are concluded.
The annual Deadly Awards® were due to be held at the Sydney Opera House on 30 September 2014. The Deadlys will not be held this year, in 2014.
Everyone at Vibe stands by our work, across our events and communications activities, and are confident in our ability to improve the health and wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australia through our holistic approach in primary health, mental health and social and emotional wellbeing and across education, employment and community empowerment.
We have always had in our hearts a goal of strengthening the connection to culture and community. Through all our work, we are proud to bring you the excellence and achievement, to create unity and rightful pride in identity of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, particularly for our young people.
We are proud of all we have achieved with our radio program, Deadly Sounds, Deadly Vibe magazine, InVibe magazine, Move It Mob Style®, our Vibe 3on3® events and of course, The Deadlys®.
Move It Mob Style® Series 4 has been completed, and has commenced on NITV and will air on ABC3 shortly.
We would I like to thank everybody who has been a part of Vibe over our 20 year journey.
We would also like to thank the Australian Government, and the many officers and political people along the journey, for having the insight and vision to support Vibe for so many years.
Since the early 1990s, we hope we have contributed greatly to empowering Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people all ages, particularly the young, to be their best with regard to education, employment, health and wellbeing, by providing clear and coherent information and showcasing positive role models, advancing the individual, the family, and the community.