With our Hyundai A-League fixture against Wellington Phoenix this Saturday doubling up as our fourth annual White Ribbon match, you’ll be able to see our players out and about doing their part to eradicate male violence against women.White Ribbon Walk
Head to Lakemba on Thursday 26 November to participate in the White Ribbon Walk and to meet five Wanderers players. Josh Macdonald and Liam Youlley from the Hyundai A-League team will be joined by Westfield W-League players Carmeline Moscato, Demi Koulizakis and Chloe O’Brien.
The players will be at Gillies Street from 5:30pm, participating in the walk to Parry Park and departing at 7:30pm.
White Ribbon Assembly
Hyundai A-League players Daniel Alessi and Alusine Fofanah will be at Chifley College Bidwell to recite the White Ribbon Oath at the College’s White Ribbon Assembly on Thursday 26 November. The players will stick around for photos and autographs with the students.
Let’s have a look at what Wanderers have been doing in the community the past few weeks.
Golgol Mebrahtu: Miniroos
Golgol Mebrahtu helped inspire the next generation to play football as he attended a Miniroos program at Valentine Sports Park.
Race 4 Grace
Alusine Fofanah and Daniel Alessi had their fitness tested as they jumped on the spin bikes to raise money for charity. The money will be used for panda beds for new borns at the Children’s Hospital at Westmead.
Brendan Hamill: White Ribbon Awareness Talk
Brendan Hamill is a White Ribbon Ambassador and went to Doonside Technology High School to raise awareness for White Ribbon. He spoke about what a healthy relationship looks like, how real men show they are tough and why it is important to speak up about domestic violence.
Paul Wade runs his Gaining Opportunities And Life Skills programs to capture the attention and imagination of people of all ages and genders to provide positive health, sporting, social and life experiences, key messages and learning outcomes. Wanderers provide incentives for people to join up and engage in the program.