Junior Rep Player Raising Money for Sydney Children’s Hospital
Rabbitohs under 18s SG Ball player Bobby Nader has set himself an ambitious goal for raising funds for the Sydney Children’s Hospital at Randwick.
Nader, who is only 17 years of age, has set the ambitious target of raising $100,000 or more for the Sydney Children’s Hospital through his Teens 4 Todds fund raising initiative.
Nader, who is the captain of Marcellin College in the South Sydney district, has recruited students from Marcellin College in Randwick, Brigidine College in Randwick and Our Lady of the Sacred Heart College in Kensington to help raise funds which will go towards the treatment and prevention practices for children battling serious conditions.
Nader’s Rabbitohs Coach, Matt King, says that he is proud of his player’s initiative.
“Part of coming up through the Souths Juniors junior rep programs and into the elite programs at the Rabbitohs is not just to make you the best footballer you can be,” King said.
“We also want to help the boys be the best people they can be.
“Bobby has already shown his leadership qualities as captain of his school, but to head up a fund raising activity like this, with a goal of raising $100,000 is outstanding.
“I’m glad that we as a Club and Souths Cares are supporting him in his efforts and I’m certain Bobby, with the help of the volunteers he has brought together, will reach his goal.”
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