On Friday morning, Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs forward Adam Elliott spent his day off visiting students at Chalmers Road School.
Chalmers Road School provides educational programs for students aged four to eighteen years with moderate or severe intellectual disabilities and draws from a wide geographical area as well as a diverse cultural and social community.
The school aims to provide individual educational programs to assist all students to reach their potential and independence for adult life.
Elliott was on hand to present the students with their certificates after they graduated from the Community Minded Kids program.
The Community Minded Kids is the hero program of the Bulldogs in the Community ‘Community Cohesion’ pillar.
The program not only aims to inspire and instil community mindedness, but strongly promotes cohesion where everyone, regardless of their abilities is an important part of community building and connecting.