Wanderers to get locked-up

Members of the Western Sydney Wanderers will be locked-up this week to help raise money and awareness for disadvantaged youth.

Members of the NRMA Insurance Western Sydney Wanderers will be locked-up this week to help raise money and awareness for disadvantaged youth.

Participating in White Lion-s Bail Out, three staff members will spend a night behind bars at the chilling Yasmar Facility while Ante Covic spent time in a mobile prison at Rebel Sport in Westfield Mt Druitt.

Bail Out provides a unique opportunity to step into the shoes of a young person that has been disconnected from our community due to abuse and neglect, drug addiction and poverty.

You can help the Wanderers staff members get out of prison and contribute to making a better life for disadvantaged youth by donating here.

With Bail Out exposing inmates to life on the inside with activities that simulate prison life. The Wanderers representatives will be stripped of possessions, fingerprinted, photographed and subjected to interrogation.

Inmates will also appear before a Magistrate in a mock court proceeding before being sentenced to cell time.

Captain Michael Beauchamp and Dean Heffernan have previously spent time with disadvantaged youth through White Lion.

Donate to the Wanderers Bail Out campaign by clicking here and selecting 'Bail Me Out'.