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TNT Distribution Centre Donation

On 10th September 2019, Central Coast wellbeing officers Les Pearce and Lance Henry received an invitation courtesy of Ray Arrow to attend the TNT Distribution Centre at Berkley Vale.

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Vale – Dr. Hugh Hazard AM

Rugby League lost a great friend and long-time servant of the game, when Dr Hugh Hazard passed away, aged 77.

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Women In League – Helen Wood Grant

How did you become involved with the Men of League Foundation? I had known of the organisation’s work since its inception and began attending functions in 2011.

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Women In League – Jessica Macartney

by Kate Cornish “I would often arrive at Ballet after footy training with mud up my legs, or sometimes at footy training with a ballet bun.

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Shontelle Stowers Comes Aboard

Shontelle Stowers (left) representing Sydney Roosters in the WNRL. Image: NRL Imagery. The diversity of the Foundation’s growth in the past 18 months has been highlighted by the addition of Australian rugby union legend and part of the new breed ...

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A special surprise for our passionate volunteers

For National Volunteer Week, the Men of League Foundation have been going around to some of our Committees and surprising the hard-working Wellbeing Officers with visits from a few familiar faces.

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Wellbeing recipient Molly Croft declared cancer free

There are some feelings that you just can’t describe. Feelings of intense emotion born from countless hours of caring strongly for something or someone.

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Charli runs out with her beloved Broncos

Article courtesy of QRL. Junior rugby league star Charli Berghauser ran out with her beloved Brisbane Broncos at Suncorp Stadium last night, just 38 days after having brain surgery.

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Supporting Cronulla Sharks Fan Joanne

We recently brought the story of Cronulla Sharks fan Joanne Goudie, who the Foundation has supported since she had a motor vehicle accident.

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Jamieson Leeson meets Winx and Hugh Bowman

14-year old Jamieson Leeson never thought in her wildest dreams would she get to meet Winx. However, when the budding Paralympian left Rosehill Gardens last Saturday morning, she had something to truly treasure.

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