But we’re doing it a little bit differently.
Aha! There is no bucket. That’s what makes us really different. You see, we asked the “what if we weren’t restricted by government funding?” question. That’s when we had the light bulb moment and knew we had to do it differently.
Mara means ‘hands’ in the Djabugay language.
You see, we lend a pragmatic hand (some might call it tough love) to help people help themselves.
We also believe it’s time to put the future of our community into local hands and get off the merry-go-round of good intentions and wasted resources.
For Louise, life was all consumed with stuff we don’t need to spell out. It was a tough upbringing that made it unbelievably difficult for a young woman to survive, let along dream big. But in 2017 that all changed.
Brothers Leagues Club has teamed up with the MaraWay and hit the jackpot... giving back to the community in ways that will impact future generations.