Central Coast

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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Coast Wellbeing Officers visit former Liechhardt rake John Mayes

Central Coast Wellbeing Officers Lance Henry, Les Pearce and Dennis Tomsett recently visited Gosford Hospital in order to brighten the day of Men of League Foundation member John Mayes, who is currently undergoing treatment for brain cancer.

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Les Pearce – Member of the Month

As part of a new initiative, each month we will be featuring a member who has shown outstanding generosity, compassion and commitment to the Foundation.

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Ron Lalor & Bob Degan – rugby league men through and through

Both Bob Degan and Ron Lalor have both had a tough time with illness recently. At the time of the visit, Ron had only come home from Woy Woy Rehabilitation the previous day.

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Lending a helping hand to Keith Huntley

In the June edition of the Men of League Magazine, a report was provided regarding double amputee Keith Huntley.

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Lending a helping hand to Gary on the Central Coast

Central Coast Wellbeing Officers Les Pearce and Dennis Tomsett recently visited Gary Polglase at his home in Woy Woy to check in with him.

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Central Coast Bowlers roll up to raise funds for the Foundation

The Wednesday morning bowlers at Woy Woy Bowling Club held their annual Men of League Foundation Day on Wednesday 27 September to coincide with the week of the NRL Rugby League Grand Final.

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Dropping by to see Peter from the Central Coast

Central Coast Committee Wellbeing Officers Les Pearce and Denis Culpan took the time out to see local Men of League Foundation member (#9990) Peter Beston.

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Security and safety for Brett Donnelly

The Men Of League Foundation have purchased a LiveLife Mobile Personal Alarm which in an emergency situation contacts family and friends directly.

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Lending a helping hand

Central Coast Committee Wellbeing Officers recently visited Malcolm Moss who has suffered a mobility disability due to cruciate ligament damage. 

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