Brumbies to draw 50-50 Charity Raffle at Super Rugby Clash against Crusaders

Mon, May 13, 2024, 10:05 AM
Cullen Gray has gone on to represent the Australian U20s at the recent Rugby Championship U20s.
Cullen Gray has gone on to represent the Australian U20s at the recent Rugby Championship U20s.

The Safeguard Global ACT Brumbies and Brumbies Rugby Foundation will draw the 50-50 Charity Raffle at halftime of this Saturday afternoon's Super Rugby Pacific fixture against the Crusaders at GIO Stadium.

The 50-50 Charity Raffle is a not-for-profit fundraising product aimed to raise significant funds for charities and good causes by partnering with sporting clubs and teams, event owners and charity partners to host fundraising raffles. 50 percent of this weekend's prize pool raised will be awarded to one lucky ticket holder drawn on Saturday afternoon, with the remaining 50 percent donated to the Brumbies Rugby Foundation.

The Brumbies Rugby Foundation focuses on advancing our player academy pathway programs. This initiative has been instrumental in fostering the growth of future rugby union stars and elevating our programs to unprecedented levels.

Recently, the Junior and Senior Academy spaces within the ACT Brumbies organisation has been bustling with activity, serving as vibrant hubs for growth and development. With many thanks to our Members and donors, fundraising has contributed towards the many achievements the club has witnessed over the last several months in our emerging athletes.

The significance of the Academies cannot be overstated, as it assumes a pivotal role in the development of select players identified as potential Super Rugby Pacific, Super Rugby Womens and elite sevens players. The program is meticulously designed to provide a dedicated high-performance environment, fostering excellence in both skill and mentality.

50-50 Charity Raffles: How It Works
50-50 Charity Raffles: How It Works

Be a vital part of the Brumbies journey and help support tomorrow's stars. Enter this weekend's raffle by simply purchasing a ticket online here. Tickets are also available for purchase on game day at GIO Stadium from roaming volunteers equipped with hand-held electronic devices.

For more information on donating to the Brumbies Rugby Foundation, please visit here.