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A big Congratulations to

GLEN OASTLER

who has won the $40,000 Harley Davidson from Robbo’s Harley Davidson

A huge thank you to Robbo’s Harley Davidson and the TCF volunteers who sold raffle tickets. We raised $10,000 for the Foundation!

Shaun and Terry say goodbye to the Harley before handing over to proud winner Glen!

A BIG THANK YOU

The Terry Campese Foundation would like to extend our thanks to all of our generous sponsors and to everyone throughout the Canberra/Queanbeyan community who have generously donated their money and time to further the work of the Foundation.

POWERFUL ON THE FIELD - HUMBLE AT ST JOHN’S CARE COMMUNITY LUNCHES

Joel Thompson, Jarrod Croker and Josh Papalii always thank St John’s Care for allowing them to help with the monthly community lunches

RAIDERS BOYS IN THE KITCHEN AT ST JOHN’S CARE

Josh Papalii, Joel Thompson, David Shillington and Jarrod Croker with other regular St John’s Care volunteers at the monthly community lunch
Joel Thompson serves lunch to marginalised people in the community supported by regular St John’s Volunteers and other Raiders Players

THESE BOOTS WERE MADE FOR MONEY

The Terry Campese Foundation presented Bosom Buddies with a cheque for $2,300

CEREBRAL PALSY ALLIANCE EXCITED TO RECEIVE $5,000 FROM THE TERRY CAMPESE FOUNDATION

Terry Campese, Kellie Edwards Cerebral Palsy’s Fundraising Manager and Marketing & International Programs, CP sufferer Lucas Wallace with his Mum Phyllis and Lyndsay from CP Alliance
The bond was instant between 18 month old Lucas Wallace and Terry Campese

PARTNERS OF RAIDERS PLAYERS AND COACHING STAFF WEAR SHIRTS SPONSORED BY THE TERRY CAMPESE FOUNDATION IN THE MOTHER’S DAY CLASSIC.

PRESENTING A CHEQUE FOR $10,000 TO CANTEEN

Terry Campese in his element surrounded by Members of Canteen A.C.T. and Southern New South Wales

THE TERRY CAMPESE FOUNDATION SUPPORTS ST JOHN’s CARE WITH A $5000 DONATION

Receiving a $5,000 cheque from The Terry Campese Foundation Sue Jordan, Director St John’s Care, Rev Paul Black Rector St John’s Anglican Church Reid and Terry Campese

GALILEE FOSTER CARE BENEFITS FROM THE TERRY CAMPESE FOUNDATION

Terry Campese presenting a cheque for $5,000 to Lynne Harwood of Galilee Foster Care

TERRY CAMPESE FINDS HIMSELF IN THE JUDGES CHAMBERS

Terry Campese presenting the cheque to the Chief Justice of the A.C.T. and chair of Youth Care Canberra, Terry Higgins

$5,000 FOR RMHC

Terry Campese who is an ambassador for Ronald McDonald House in Canberra, surprised the RMH Canberra team, at the official launch late last year, with a cheque for $5,000 from THE TERRY CAMPESE FOUNDATION. 

Con Kourpanidis, Chair of Ronald McDonald House, Ronald McDonald and Terry Campese

THE SECOND TERRY CAMPESE FOUNDATION GOLF DAY

The Terry Campese Foundation held a charity golf day, dinner and auction at Federal Golf Club in November 2012. As well as being supported by Joel Monaghan, his current Raiders team mates and Manly Players Brent Kite and Vic Mauro, Terry was joined by the 8th NRL immortal, Andrew (Joey) Johns.

Sponsored by Bendigo Bank
Andrew (Joey) Johns, Jayson Hinder Chair Bendigo Bank, Terry Campese
Sponsors and guests before tee off at Federal Golf Club
Andrew Johns prepares to tee off, with the golf ball and tee placed precariously in Jayson Hinder’s mouth. Jayson is the Chair of Bendigo Bank, the golf days naming rights sponsor
Terry Campese presenting prizes
Andrew Johns and Joel Monaghan present an impromptu performance that had the guests crying with laughter
World renowned Ventriloquist Darren Carr chooses the tallest man in Rugby league to be his puppet.
The crowd was hysterical as Dane Tilse performed on Darren’s command
Guests enjoying the entertainment at The Terry Campese Foundation golf day dinner
Guests enjoying the entertainment at The Terry Campese Foundation golf day dinner
Darren Carr’s little mate, Darren Carr and Terry Campese

TERRY SUPPORTS BAILEY WHITTON AND HIS FAMILY

The Terry Campese Foundation’s first task was to help Queanbeyan boy Bailey Whitton. He was born with cerebral palsy, epilepsy and Tourettes syndrome and an initial diagnosis gave him little chance of survival. Bailey is soon to turn seven and is now in grade 1 at school.

Did you see the article mentioning the Terry Campese Foundation in the paper in April? If you missed it – here’s the link:

http://www.smh.com.au/rugby-league/league-news/a-natural-leader-who-puts-others-first-20130420-2i7p1.html