Richmond’s Korin Gamadji Institute (KGI) has a new website for fans, partners, families and participants to keep up to the date with everything KGI.

Korin Gamadji means ‘grow and emerge’ in Woiwurrung, the language of the Wurundjeri peoples, the Traditional Owners of the land on which Punt Road Oval is situated.

Ten years ago, these words were gifted to the Richmond Football Club by Wurundjeri Elders, and from here the Korin Gamadji Institute (KGI) emerged. Since then, the KGI has lived up to its name, contributing to the growth of more than 2000 young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander leaders. 

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Welcome to the Korin Gamadji Institute

Take a look into the activities and programs of the KGI. Richmond's centre for Indigenous youth leadership, which delivers strength-based programs that empower young people and educate the wider community on issues of importance to Aboriginal an...

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Sitting at the heart of the Richmond Football Club, the core values of the KGI - connection, community and culture – have enabled the Club and its people to also emerge as leaders of reconciliation and social justice.

The Club is proud of what the KGI has achieved and is thankful for the guidance of the Wurundjeri peoples and the wider Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community.

In 2021, we reflect and celebrate the past 10 years, and together, we make strong and bold plans for the KGI of the future.

Check out the new KGI website, and stories like Bri Apma Hayes' now.