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Licka returns for 2015

Completing one of the best seasons of his career, Jason Winderlich has announced he will play on with the Essendon Football Club for season 2015.

4:00pm  Oct 24, 2014

Hird influential in Giles decision

New recruit Jonathan Giles has revealed coach James Hird’s vision for the future convinced him he wanted to continue his career at Essendon.

8:00am  Oct 24, 2014

Rest reignites Harvey's passion

Spending twelve months away from the environment of a football club helped Mark Harvey rekindle his passion to return to the coaching box.

3:49pm  Oct 23, 2014

Latest Bomber TV

BTV: Back In for 2015

2:00pm  Oct 24, 2014

BTV: Harvey Back In

6:00pm  Oct 22, 2014

The Long Walk Trust is a charity inspired by Essendon champion Michael Long’s walk to Canberra to get the lives of Indigenous people back on the national agenda. The charity works for Indigenous wellbeing and raises funds to support programs that improve conditions for Indigenous Australians by:

- Raising awareness of Indigenous culture and people

- Promoting leadership development and Indigenous leaders who strengthen culture and improve conditions for their community

As part of the partnership, Essendon Football Club’s administration centre at Windy Hill is now home to the head office of The Long Walk and its Project Manager, Kim Kruger. This position is jointly funded by the Essendon Football Club and The Long Walk.

The annual commemoration of The Long Walk is now held on the same day as Essendon's Dreamtime at the G clash with Richmond, the highlight of the AFL’s Indigenous round. The Long Walk also holds an annual Women's Luncheon and supports four Indigenous leadership programs. Subscribe to The Long Walk eNews to keep informed of The Long Walk’s work at The Long Walk website.