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The Men of League Foundation is an Australian rugby league charity which was founded in 2002 by former NRL players Ron Coote, Jim Hall and Max Brown (rugby league). The aim of the Foundation is to provide support and assistance to men, women and children from the rugby league community who have fallen on hard times.[1] The Foundation is considered one of the largest sports-based charities in the world.[citation needed] read more
The Men of League Foundation is an Australian rugby league charity which was founded in 2002 by former NRL players Ron Coote, Jim Hall and Max Brown (rugby league). The aim of the Foundation is to provide support and assistance to men, women and children from the rugby league community who have fallen on hard times.[1] The Foundation is considered one of the largest sports-based charities in the world.[citation needed] read more
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The Men of League Foundation sponsors Rugby World Cup 07/2017 Frank Barrett, Chief Executive Officer of the Men of League Foundation said: “I’m very pleased to partner our Foundation with such an iconic event as the Rugby League World Cup 2017. We have 40 committees around Australia and with Rugby League World Cup games being played in eight cities around the country, we believe this partnership has perfect synergy.

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