Bulldogs to wear Pink socks against Panthers
The Bulldogs will be out to prove that real men do wear pink when they take to the field in fluorescent pink socks for their round 15 match against the Penrith Panthers as part of the Club's ongoing commitment to raising awareness of and funds for the National Breast Cancer Foundation.
Fans keen to support a good cause will be able to bid for the socks via www.graysonline.com.au - more details to come.
The support for the NBCF will extend beyond the field with the Club hosting the wives and partners of players at a special fundraising dinner during the game.
Fans attending the game will also be able to show their support with the first 1000 people through the gate to receive a free NBCF thunder stick and pink community shirts will be on sale for $20 with all proceeds going to the NBCF.
For the past five years the Bulldogs have engaged in a variety of activities to show their support for the National Breast Cancer Foundation, raising thousands of dollars in the process.
"Working with the National Breast Cancer Foundation to raise money for research into the prevention, detection and treatment of breast cancer has been a priority of the Bulldogs for some time now," said Chief Executive Mr Todd Greenberg.
"Breast cancer affects everybody right across the community - we all know of family, friends or colleagues that have been impacted by its reach and we are determined to do what we can to help.
"I encourage all Bulldogs fans to continue their tremendous support of this important cause by making a donation at our game next week."
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