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This Friday night is the Annual Salvos Winter Appeal which will see Bulldogs in the Community partner - Salvation Army Campsie in the spotlight.

The Salvation Army Campsie has been an important Bulldogs in the Community partner over a number of years, with the Club donating thousands of dollars, along with dedicated game day support.

This Friday night will be a hive of activity with the wonderful sounds of the Salvation Army band to be played in the precinct, where they will be joined by students from Campsie Public School.

Following in tradition, the beautiful partners of our players and staff including Christine Hasler and Simone Ennis will be lending a hand before the game, assisting Salvation Army Corps with bucket collections; so be sure to say hello and donate generously!

Olivia Ryan, wife of former Captain Andrew will also be an ambassador on the night for the Salvation Army where she will be talking about her personal experiences in the Clubs Champions corporate room. Olivia was one of the key partners involved in the annual food drive in her time at the Club, where she experienced firsthand the generosity and amazing work the Salvation Army do.

Located in the heart of Campsie, the Salvation Armys newly renovated welfare centre is the hub of Corps local activities where they offer a wide range of programs, from toddlers to senior citizens, working hard to make a difference for those in crisis in our local community.

2013 marks the 101st year for the Salvation Army in Campsie; to find out more visit:
Acknowledgement of Country

Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs respect and honour the Darug and Eora nations, who are the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.