Wellbeing

Pledging our support for Vickie Hudson

A simple misjudgement saw Vickie fall down 14 stairs in the middle of the night. After some time spent recovering in hospital, it came to fruition that Vickie would be an incomplete quadriplegic.

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A Visit for Tim Barnes

Western Sydney Committee Wellbeing officers Garry O’Donnell, Noel Willick and Peter Moses made a visit to former Parramatta, Newtown & Sydney Roosters player, Tim Barnes.

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A Friendly Visit for Don Allen

Recently, the Men of League Foundation’s Far North Queensland Committee President John McAllister went and had a hearty catch up with former Cairns Kangaroos player, Don Allen.

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Catching up with Brian ‘Chicka’ Norton

Recently, former North Sydney Bears first grade player, Jeff Simmonds, accompanied the Men of League Foundation’s Northern Sydney Committee Wellbeing Officers Norm Pounder and Ken Vessey, as well as the Sydney Metro Committee’s Wellbeing Officer Warren Thompson, to ...

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Helping Lee Ferrier

Lee is a young father who was hit by a car side-on whilst riding his bike, sustaining a broken neck.

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A brotherly visit for Mary Legg

Recently, Men of League Sunshine Coast Wellbeing officer Mick Legg visited his sister, Mary, who is recovering from heart surgery in the Holy Spirit Hospital, Chermside.

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Caring for Jake & Gayle Steane

Jake is a rugby league tragic who grew up playing the game he loved. In January 2012, he was involved in a terrible car crash, which left him dead at the scene, only to be resuscitated by paramedics shortly after.

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Ted Dawson – A rugby league legend

Recently, Newcastle Hunter Wellbeing Officers David Turrell, Vince Murphy and Garry Drummond called in to see Ted Dawson at the Hawkins Masonic Village, Edgeworth.

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Chris Johns and Wally Fullerton Smith pay a visit to PA Hospital

Recently, we brought you the story of Clive and AJ who are patients of the spinal unit at Princess Alexandra Hospital.

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Lending a hand to Mark Walsh

The Men of League Foundation was delighted to be able to help out long time Foundation supporter Mark Walsh when times fell tough, providing him a scooter to make getting around a little bit easier.

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