Central to both the dinner and the luncheon is the chance to meet, first hand, some of our rugby league family who have found themselves in need of our help.
A young mum who needed a specialised car so she and her disabled daughter could travel to games to watch her son play.
A former player from the bush in need of urgent medical care.
A female club volunteer whose leg injury required amputation and resultant specialist assistance.
Events which can destroy families and lives without the right support at the right time.
When all other options have been exhausted, the Men of League Foundation is there. But without a growing and active membership we would not be able to look ahead with confidence to a future in which we can continue to help the many who need it.
With each new membership, the Foundation grows stronger.
Is there any better reason to join?