The NRL today unveiled a series of additional resources in a continued and united resolve to stand up, speak out and take action against domestic violence.
The students of Brandon Intermediate School have welcomed the Bulldogs in true New Zealand style.
The Bulldogs were nationally recognised this week by the Sydney Morning Herald for their community program that centred around a new multi-cultural approach in 2016.
The Kids Say No Program was created by Senior Constable Danny Kidd from Belmore PCYC.
Five young Bulldogs players have started to plan for life away from the footy field with a Graduates of League orientation session at the Australian Catholic University (Strathfield campus).
Earlier in the week, Bulldogs players took the NRL's Wellbeing message to their local community.
The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs will use tonight’s launch of their 2016 season to highlight details of their most comprehensive community programme to date.
Bulldogs players Josh Morris, Greg Eastwood and Graham Clark were a smash hit with kids from Condell Park Public School on Monday as they took the NRL's Wellbeing message to their local community.
Centre Josh Morris today joined fellow teammates in the local community visiting schools and delivering key NRL messages.
Day three saw the Bulldogs ambassadors crash Duranbah to promote the importance of having a dream to local students. Bulldogs.com.au caught up with Michael Lichaa on the road to get his thoughts on the day.