From surprising members with well wishes to upskilling students and sharing their tips for keeping fit and staying motivated. Find out how our players are helping keep Geelong strong. Presented by Barwon Water.
Four Cats check in with the Bell Park Dragons
Mark O’Connor, Nakia Cockatoo, Oscar Brownless and Gary Rohan checked in with the Bell Park Dragons FIDA Team across two sessions and spoke about isolation, keeping fit and motivated with a great Q&A to finish!
Players teach students Football Skills
Brandan Parfitt, Gryan Miers and Sam Simpson checked in with two groups of SEDA Students to speak about Football Skills in isolation.
Many players were involved in recording well wish messages to some special members going through times of hardship.
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Community staff members spoke to SEDA Groups on involvement within the Community and career pathways.
Hawkins Surprises Community Award Winner
Club Community champion Tom Hawkins surprised Andrea Vallance, the winner of the community category in the inaugural Herald Weekly Times Heart Volunteer Awards supported by the Powercor Country Festival.
This exciting new initiative between Geelong, Essendon and Powercor recognises the selfless work of dedicated volunteers across four categories, including sport, community, emergency responders and environment.