The Parramatta Eels understand that our Club is more than an NRL footy team. It is a major part of the community in Sydney's west and we take that responsibility seriously. The players, staff and many of our supporters highly value the work they can do to assist those in need and help the community whenever possible.
Ronald McDonald House at Greater Western Sydney is a caring home away from home for families with seriously ill children receiving treatment at The Children’s Hospital at Westmead.
When families have to travel far from home to receive specialised medical care for their sick child, seeking accommodation in an unfamiliar place only adds to their stress and anxiety.
Though there is no place like home, Ronald McDonald House at Greater Western Sydney strives to provide a safe and comfortable environment where the whole family can stay together for the duration of their child’s treatment.
For more information, visit:ww.rmhc.org.au
The Children’s Hospital at Westmead is the highly respected, largest paediatric centre in NSW, providing excellent care for children from NSW, Australia and across the Pacific Rim.
The Children’s Hospital at Westmead is world renowned for providing the best care for sick children and their families. This specialist care, combined with community education, advocacy for improved child health and ground-breaking research into childhood illnesses, is blended within a positive, caring and healing environment.
For more information, visit: www.schn.health.nsw.gov.au
The Men of League Foundation is a membership-based Not for Profit organisation that provides emotional, physical and financial support to the men, women and children of the rugby league community.
The Foundation was established to provide emotional, physical and financial assistance, with volunteers providing pastoral care, along with providing referrals to aligned professionals if required. The Men of League Foundation’s charter is not to develop or administer the game on the field, rather to help celebrate its rich history and assist those in times of need through our membership-based family.
For more information, visit : https://menofleague.com/
United Against Domestic Violence (hereafter known as UADV) are an advocate for the principle that all families have the right to be safe, empowered, and live a life free from violence and fear.
We are catalysts for changing society to have zero tolerance for domestic violence and alter social perceptions on victims of domestic violence.
Our mission is to work closely with the local community and businesses to provide support to families who have survived the atrocities of domestic violence.
For more information, visit: http://uadv.org.au/
Northcott is a leading service provider headquartered in Parramatta, supporting people with disability to realise their potential and achieve their goals.
For 90 years they have supported children, young people and adults with disability to develop life skills, build confidence and become active participants in their communities.
Today, Northcott supports over 13,500 people, including many families and carers, driven by the purpose to build an inclusive society where people can live the life they choose. Northcott operates state-wide delivering key services including early childhood support, respite care and recreation through to supported and transitional housing, everyday life and vocational skills besides therapy.
In partnership we strive for social inclusion, participation and respect within the community, all which is better achieved together.
For more information, visit: www.northcott.com.au
The Gremmo Community Fund Inc. was established in 2008 as a facility to deal with the increasing number of community projects that the Gremmo Family had become involved with. In 2015 The Gremmo Community Fund Inc. altered its name to The Nathan Gremmo Community Fund Inc. to honour the legacy of Nathan Gremmo.
The Nathan Gremmo Community Fund established Jersey Day in 2015 to promote awareness of the Donate Life Network and Organ & Tissue Donation.
For more information, visit: https://www.jerseyday.com.au/the-nathan-gremmo-community-fund/
Deadly Choices is a health promotion initiative of the Institute for Urban Indigenous Health Limited. It aims to empower Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to make healthy choices for themselves and their families – to stop smoking, to eat good food and exercise daily. Deadly Choices also encourages our people to access their local Community Controlled Health Service and complete an annual ‘Health Check’ – not just to see the doctor when they are sick. The initiative incorporates a number of behaviour change programs to improve the health and wellbeing of community.
Find out more at www.deadlychoices.com.au