The Western Sydney Wanderers were part of eight community events promoting the club's involvement with and raising awareness of White Ribbon.
Castle Hill High School White Ribbon match
Wanderers Westfield W-League players Olivia Price, Chloe O'Brien and Nicole Simonsen visited Castle Hill High School for their annual staff vs students White Ribbon football match.
The players assisted teams with the warm-up, drills and even did the team talk in the match that has become an annual event for Castle Hill.
The staff may have 3-0 against the students, but the real winner on the day was the 1300+ strong school community that vowed to stand up and speak out against domestic violence in the Hills Shire district.
The Children's Hospital at Westmead
Wanderers Hyundai A-League players Brendon Santalab and Jonathan Aspropotamitis along with mascots Sunny and Wesley headed to The Children's Hospital at Westmead to take the White Ribbon pledge with families and staff at the hospital.
The group then spent the afternoon going through the wards, bringing smiles to families and kids at the hospital.
Wanderers Foxtel Y-League players Mohamed Al-Taay and Jordan Hall were part of the Campbelltown Convoy that met at Campbelltown Sports Ground.
Al-Taay and Hall participated in the giant Tug of War and took the White Ribbon oath with members of the community and local businesses.
Wanderers Foxtel Y-League players Josh Bartolotto and Elliot Carwardine headed to Lakemba for the annual White Ribbon march.
The march is one of the most multicultural marches in Australia with multifaith and community groups participating.
Castle Hill March and Blacktown Worker's Breakfast
Wanderers staff were in attendance at both the Castle Hill White Ribbon March and the Blacktown Worker's Club White Ribbon breakfast to stand up and speak out against violence against women.
Hawkesbury's White Ribbon Cup
Wanderers Hyundai A-League players Keanu Baccus and Nicholas Suman headed to the Hawkesbury region to spread the message of ending domestic violence at Hawkesbury’s White Ribbon Cup.
Male students and their teachers headed to Windsor High School to participate in the annual tournament which has the purpose of the raising awareness of White Ribbon.
Baccus and Suman were at the White Ribbon Cup to educate students on the repercussions of domestic violence and reiterate the club's stance on the issue.
Fairfield Football Tournament
The Wanderers will be heading to the full day football tournament to speak about White Ribbon Day and violence against women.