It's never to early to start loving AFL, according to the Giants, who took time out from their pre-season preparations to visit the Little Giants early education centre at Auburn.
PROVING that its never to early to start loving AFL, the Giants took time out from their pre-season preparations last week to launch a new partnership with Oxanda Education.
The first partnership of its kind in the AFL, two newly-built Little Giants early education centres at Auburn and Killara, will offer a curriculum and health and fitness program aimed at establishing a life-long love of learning and sense of wellbeing.
It will also see players from both the AFL and AFL Women's teams spend time with children and families in the centres, all of which have distinct Giants theming.
Oxanda Education founder and managing director Adrian Fonseca, who is also a Giants director, said the partnership was an integral part of Oxanda's growth and commitment to community.
"We passionately back the Giants' mantra of 'There's a Giant in all of us,' and at Little Giants we aim to unlock the highest potential within every child," he said.
Describing the partnership as a natural fit, Giants chief executive officer, David Matthews, said it will see the Giants play a key role in the lives of NSW families for many years to come.
"As a club we always seek out opportunities that are aligned with our purpose and brand and increase our commitment to, and engagement with, the communities in which we operate," he said.
"The Little Giants early education centres do exactly that, while enlarging the Giants' footprint across New South Wales."