Wellbeing

Catching up with Brian Carlin

The Newcastle and Hunter Men of League Foundation Wellbeing Officers David Turrell, Vince Murphy and Garry Drummond recently visited Brian “Mick” Carlin.

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A visit to John Raper and Billy Smith

On Tuesday 26 June, John Peard, Southern Sydney Committee member Maurie Raper and Wellbeing Officer John Harris had the great pleasure of visiting Maurie’s brother, Rugby League Immortal John Raper MBE and St George legend Billy Smith at the aged ...

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Grahame Simmons, a rugby league man to the core

By Ken Vessey It is a pleasure when one meets anyone who has given rugby league so much thorough out their life and asked for little in return.

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Men of League Foundation Reaches Quarter of a Million Milestone

The Men of League Foundation has celebrated surpassing $250,000 of funding distributed to members of the rugby league community in 2018.

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Catching up with Graeme Priest on the Coast

Dennis Tomsett, Lance Henry and Lyndon Scotts recently visited Graeme Priest at his home in Tumbi Umbi.

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A big wellbeing visit for Big Ash

Former Redcliffe and Natives five-eighth Ashley Malone is demonstrating huge amounts of courage as he faces adversity caused by his battle with Diabetes.

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A warm visit to a highly regarded man, John McKeough

Warren Thompson from our Sydney Metro committee recently visited John McKeough in the Prince of Wales Hospital, Randwick.

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Showing our support for John Shotton

Queensland State Manager David Shillington accompanied Queensland Wellbeing Manager Mark Bunting to drop in and see Rockhampton residents John and Beth Shotton.

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Mental Health First Aid

During Men’s Health Week, the Men of League Foundation would like to congratulate the 10 volunteers and two staff members who recently participated in a two-day training course to become accredited Mental Health First Aiders.

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A wellbeing visit for a well respected man, Brian Woods

The Foundation’s Newcastle and Hunter Committee Wellbeing Officers David Turrell, Vince Murphy and Garry Drummond recently called in on Brian ‘Pecka’ Woods while he was recuperating at home after a shoulder replacement. An avid St George Illawarra Dragons fan, ‘...

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