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The Brisbane Broncos are committed to supporting the growth of rugby league and community and charitable initiatives throughout Queensland. The Brisbane Broncos endeavor to assist as many charities, schools and individuals as possible through comprehensive community engagement programs. Current programs include Broncos Book Club, Community Corner, the Charity Partner Program and the Brisbane Broncos Charities Fund, along with merchandise donation and player appearance programs.
Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs
The Bulldogs in the Community program continues to work with a select group of key charity organisations that reflect key areas of concern across the community we represent. These include Camp Quality, beyondblue, Greening Australia, RSPCA, The Children’s Hospital at Westmead and The Salvation Army. We work closely with these nominated organisations and aim to make a significant impact on their established programs and those in need.
The Raiders hold community participation and support in the highest regard. We show our commitment through a number of community-based programs including the “Adopt-a-Raider” and “Raiding Junior League” programs. These programs aim to encourage participation in junior league and promote valuable physical activity and dietary health messages. We aim to support the community that supports us with assistance and participation in many charity events and causes.
North Queensland Cowboys
Gold Coast Titans
Titans 4 Tomorrow, the club’s community division, has travelled more than 400,000 kilometres delivering life changing programs to students throughout QLD and Northern NSW. The not-for-profit organisation has 15 health and educational programs, with seven of these specifically tailored to engage Indigenous youth. T4T’s Indigenous programs offer continual support for participants with Case Managers, Mentors and school based staff available to help and inspire. All of T4T’s programs are hands-on involving past/ present players and highly qualified staff including teachers, career counsellors and youth workers. Titans 4 Tomorrow’s work is endless with players clocking up more than 3000 hours in appearances during an average season. The not-for-profit organisation is also extremely proud of its two Gold Coast based Titans Learning Centres (TLCs) designed for year 3 and 4 students with learning challenges.
Manly Sea Eagles
The Sea Eagles are grateful recipients of exceptional support, strength and motivation from countless devoted fans across the Sea Eagles community. As an elite sporting organisation it is our responsibility and commitment to play an active role within the community. We are currently working very hard to meet this obligation, by including the implementation of a formal community strategy.
Melbourne Storm are grateful recipients of exceptional support, strength and motivation from countless devoted fans and members across the Storm community. As an elite sporting organisation we strongly believe it is part of our charter to play an active role in the community. The Melbourne Storm community program ‘Storm Support’ encompasses many facets of the community including actively supporting the nominated club charities. The four charities for 2011 are the Epilepsy Foundation of Victoria, Father Bob Maguire Foundation, Ovarian Cancer Australia and the Red Cross Victorian Flood Appeal. Storm Support continues to back the Storm Schools Development program in Victoria and One Community programs such as ‘Eat Well, Play Well, Stay Well’ and ‘Dream, Believe, Achieve’. As part of the Indigenous All stars program, Melbourne Storm has built on their foundation program ‘Storming Against Violence’ to implement the ‘Respectful Relationship’ program that aims to prevent violence against women and children, targeting the Indigenous, Maori and Pacific Island communities. Additionally, Storm Support continues to encourage staff and players to actively support initiatives and charities outside of Club commitments.
The Newcastle Knights have a proud history of community support and engagement. We aim to give back as much as we can to our region, and to use rugby league to help and encourage those who need it most. Our community programs focus on four key areas – charity, education, culture, junior development – and support four charity causes – children & young people, health & well-being, welfare/relief of poverty, emergency services. The Club is a member of the Hunter Aboriginal Close The Gap Committee and our current charity partners are the John Hunter Children's Hospital, Ronald McDonald House Charities (NNSW) and the Westpac Rescue Helicopter Service.
The Blue and Gold Heart Community Program endeavours to build pride and strength in the community of Greater Western Sydney and beyond, utilising the profile of the Club and players as a tool to encourage people of the community to make positive choices around health, education and other social issues. There are a number of elements within the Blue & Gold Heart Community Program, focusing on Health & Education; Welfare; Grassroots Development; Charity Partnerships and Initiatives; and Community Assistance.
Panthers On the Prowl Community Development Foundation continues to gather momentum in its aim to give something vitally important back to families and young people within Penrith and surrounding communities. We are endeavouring to make a difference to the wellbeing of young people in the communities in which we live.
Working with and in the community is an essential part of the Sharks Support community initiative. Sharks Support actively support local community programs, which aim to benefit the people of the shire, and guide them to make healthy and safe lifestyle choices. We are focused on achieving lasting positive relationships with our community and charity partners and we pride ourselves on being a ‘Sea of Support’.
South Sydney Rabbitohs
Souths Cares was established in 2006 and assists youth in our region to aspire to achieve their goals and dreams. We do this by drawing on the rich heritage of the Rabbitohs and engaging current players in the delivery of programs that promote the benefits of health, education, training and employment.
St George Illawarra Dragons
Dragons Community has numerous programs under eight community pillars
(Education, Health, Environment, Mentoring, Cultural, Women and Girls, Grassroots Rugby League and Charity)
that reflect the needs within our local community. These tailored programs and formed partnerships with key local organisations, has been extremely successful and rewarding for all concerned. In 2013, Dragons Community in conjunction with NRL Development, conducted and/ or supported, not including Junior League activation, thirty (30) different programs across our 8 pillars.
In 2011 the Roosters Reach Out Community Program sponsored by the Wentworth Courier will once again partner with major Sponsor Steggles to raise funds for deserving charities. The Roosters Reach Out program ‘Stick With It’ will continue to run in local schools as well as in Dubbo, Central NSW. The Roosters have a proud tradition of helping individuals and groups who are going through hard times.
New Zealand Warriors
The Vodafone Warriors One Community vision is to be a potent force in our communities by harnessing the power of our athletes as role models to tackle social issues and promote core values to youth in New Zealand. In 2011 we will continue with our ‘League in Libraries’ program, revitalise our ‘Warriors against bullying’ program and focus on building healthy active children with a new ‘Eat Well, Play Well, Stay Well’ initiative.
Wests Tigers ‘Roar for a Cause’ Community program provides the club with a chance to give back and make a statement about important issues in the community. The ‘Roar for a Cause’ program has customised programs and formed partnerships with key local organisations to deliver a range of sustainable programs. The overall program encompasses five key strands including healthy living, educational support, community wellbeing, environment and charity partners.
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