Community Involvement

The Men of League

The primary objective of Men of League is to provide assistance and support to players, coaches, referees, officials and administrators from all levels of the game, as well as members of their families and the broader rugby league community.

The Men of League Foundation are here to help with:

·         Medical operations
·         Rehabilitation equipment
·         Nursing home equipment
·         Scholarship assistance
·         Grants
·         Counselling
·         Social contact through visits, cards, and telephone calls
·         Promoting and supporting fundraising events for Rugby League people in need of help

Proud Supporters

Community and charity organisations provide wonderful opportunities for such a diverse range of people and we proudly support their efforts.

Wanda Surf Life Saving Club

WandaColorLogo--w170h169Wanda SLSC is a family oriented club positioned towards the northern end of the Cronulla Beaches. The primary focus of the club is to deliver surf lifesaving services to ensure the safety of the swimming and surfing public. Wanda was established in 1946 after the Second World War by a group of returned servicemen and the colours of Army Red, Air Force Blue and Navy Blue were adopted as the club colours. Since this time Wanda has grown to its current membership of over 900 male and female members ranging from the 5 year old Nippers to the original Founding Members.

Gymea Junior Rugby League Football Club

Gymea-50th-anniversary-flyer--w170h240The junior rugby league football club for Gymea is known as the “Gymea Gorillas” and they entered their very first competition back in 1963. They remain a family orientated club who provide every player with the opportunity to play the great game of rugby league, no matter what their ability. It is about having a go.

The Royal Challenge

The Royal ChallengeThe objectives of the Royal Challenge are to raise money for Sydney Children’s Hospital Foundation and inspire people to invest in a healthy lifestyle. #CommunitySupport.

St George Illawarra Dragons

The Dragons school diary ‘The Best You Can Be’ is a resource which has a weekly focus and a tip for all children to follow.

Focus topics within the resource include the importance of sleep, nutrition, hydration, being sun smart, respect, kindness, screen time, positivity and fresh air fun as well as the negative impacts of bullying and harassment. Furthermore, Dragons players also provide comments of encouragement throughout provide motivation for all children to be the best they can be in all aspects of their life.