The Jenny Souris NRL Round gives hope to families facing critical illness


The Jenny Souris Round match between Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs and the Sydney Roosters held on Friday, April 5, served a noble purpose, aiming to alleviate the financial burden for families coping with critical illnesses. 

Despite heavy rain, a significant turnout demonstrated unwavering support for The Jenny Souris Foundation’s cause. The Bulldogs clinched a thrilling victory, adding to the uplifting atmosphere of the night.

Leading up to the match, Angelina Lati, a beneficiary of the foundation, experienced a heartwarming visit to the Bulldogs, receiving a tour of Belmore and meeting star player Josh Addo-Carr. 

Members and fans from both clubs generously contributed to the cause, resulting in much-needed funds being raised.

In a statement, the Jenny Souris Foundation expressed gratitude to major partner M&J Chickens, the Bulldogs, and the numerous volunteers whose efforts made the event a success. 

Their dedication underscores the collective commitment to supporting families during challenging times.




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