Community Pillars

The Bulldogs in the Community will be working closely with our community partners to deliver educational programs and raise awareness across the 3 primary social issues:

Violence Prevention

Community Cohesion

Health & Wellness

Our goal: Collaborate with White Ribbon Australia and other community organisations to reduce the incidents of violence against women and children through awareness raising campaigns and the facilitation of violence prevention programs.

  • Raise awareness about men’s violence against women and children
  • Fund 15 schools across Canterbury-Bankstown, Liverpool and Cumberland to become White Ribbon Schools
  • Fund the professional development of 75 school teachers (primary and secondary) across Canterbury-Bankstown, Liverpool and Cumberland to assist in implementing violence prevention programs
  • Raise awareness about respectful relationship and violence prevention to 15,000 students across Canterbury-Bankstown, Liverpool and Cumberland
  • Partnership between Bulldogs and PCYC Belmore to deliver violence prevention program ‘Kids Say No’ to 120 “at risk youth”
  • Bulldogs to become a White Ribbon Australia Workplace Accredited organisation

Our goal: Leverage the “Bulldogs effect” to create a harmonious community by actively engaging and celebrating cultural diversity.

· Increase community harmony through the Bulldogs in the Community program and Brydens Lawyers 500 Bulldogs Family Memberships to disadvantaged families including newly arrived refugees

· The continuation of our award winning Street Outreach program including the successful Drop In @ The Doggies and in collaboration with our community partners, deliver educational programs as well as access to Belmore Sports Ground for 4,500 disadvantaged youth

· Bulldogs in the Community and Canterbury Clothing Company will increase participation and sense of pride by “Kitting up” 15 local schools across Liverpool, Canterbury, Bankstown and Auburn with new sporting attire.

· Create successful career pathways for Indigenous students in Years 11 and 12 in participating schools across Western Sydney through the School to Work Programme

The Bulldogs have formed partnerships with local youth services to offer programs in a safe environment that will better equip young people that are deemed to be ‘at risk.’ The program is conveniently delivered at Belmore Sports Ground.

  • In partnership with Life Education NSW, deliver primary prevention programs to 70,000 students across Canterbury-Bankstown, Liverpool and Cumberland areas
  • Increase Life Education NSW resources for students and teachers by 10%
  • Provide convenient access to the Healthy Harold Mobile Learning Centre to over 60,000 school aged children during game day activations