Canberra Raiders turn points into donations for Homes for Homes

Canberra Raiders turn points into donations for Homes for Homes

Nick Cotric plays for the Raiders. Photo credit: Ben Southall.

 

Each point the Canberra Raiders score in their home matches this NRL season will do more than help the team win games.

For the third year running, the Raiders have pledged to donate $100 to Homes for Homes for every point they score at a home game. This means every try is worth an incredible $400 and every conversion a further $200.

Already this season the Raiders have raised $4,700 from just two home games. In 2016 the Raiders donated a total of $34,000 and last season they donated $29,200.

The Raiders’ commitment to Homes to Homes is part of the Points for Cash initiative and is supported by their sponsor Denman Prospect.

Denman Prospect, a housing development in Canberra, is the first entire suburb committed to the Homes for Homes initiative.

All money raised by the Raiders and Denman Prospect for Homes for Homes will help to fund social and affordable housing projects in the ACT.

Go Raiders! We hope you score big this season.

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