After migrating from Sierra Leone in West Africa and with his parents and brother three years ago, Demond is thriving in his new home in Western Sydney and is the latest recipient of the Brydens Lawyers Community Membership program.
The NRL State of Mind program aims to encourage players, clubs and communities to speak up and seek help if they are experiencing any form of difficulty or difference in their mood.
Lawrence does not often get to see his grandfather as he now lives in Manly on the Northern Beaches but he took the opportunity to reconnect with him at Bulldogs Games in 2016.
Students at Greenacre Public School on Thursday became the first of 70,000 students across Canterbury, Auburn, Liverpool and Bankstown to take part in a Life Education ‘Healthy Harold’ programme sponsored by the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs.
bulldogs.com.au sat down with bulldogs halves Josh Reynolds and Moses Mbye to get their take on the Bulldogs partnership with Brydens Lawyers to provide complementary family memberships for disadvantaged and newly arrived migrant families in the area.
Round 10 of the NRL is Indigenous Round and bulldogs.com.au takes a look back at seven of the best Indigenous players to wear the blue and white.
Indigenous superstars including Johnathan Thurston, Greg Inglis and Sam Thaiday have leant their voice and support in a new commercial for more to be done to include and recognise all Indigenous peoples within communities.
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.