The South Sydney Rabbitohs are pleased to announce the KARI Foundation will be continuing their partnership with the Club until 2022.
The KARI Foundation, one of the largest Aboriginal charities in Australia continues to lead the way with Aboriginal mentoring, employment, education and assisting Corporate Australia delivering their Reconciliation Action Plans.
The South Sydney Rabbitohs are very proud to champion the innovative and practical programs delivered by the KARI Foundation. These programs continue to deliver exceptional results year on year within indigenous communities.
"The KARI Foundation is excited to continue our community partnership with the South Sydney Rabbitohs for the next three years," said KARI CEO, Ms Casey Ralph.
"This platform allows the KARI Foundation to have the conversation to a broader audience about the positive role Aboriginal people, culture and history drives for the advancement of all”.
Chief Executive Officer of the South Sydney Rabbitohs Blake Solly is also excited to have the KARI Foundation on board again for the next three seasons.
"The KARI Foundation and the Rabbitohs are both deeply committed to working with Indigenous communities far and wide, and one of the ways we do this is through a shared passion and support for Rugby League," said Mr Solly.
The KARI Foundation will also be the proud Match Day Partner of the Rabbitohs NAIDOC match in Round 13 against the Brisbane Broncos where our team will be wearing our 2020 Indigenous jersey.