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Broncos stars Brodie Croft, John Asiata and Tom Fleger paid a special visit to club charity partner Act For Kids recently, taking part in the organisation’s weekly Dads & Kids program at Kedron Football Club.

The players took part in an afternoon of fun games and lots of laughter, playing bull rush and a few games of touch footy with the excited participants.  

Act For Kids provides free therapy and support services to children and families who have experienced, or are at risk of child abuse and neglect.

Thomas Flegler plays "duck duck goose" with the kids
Thomas Flegler plays "duck duck goose" with the kids

They have helped thousands of children and families for over 30 years, an amazing achievement especially important during Domestic & Family Violence Prevention Month.

Each May, Queensland marks Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Month to raise community awareness of domestic and family violence and to send a clear message that domestic and family violence in families and homes will not be tolerated.

 
 
 
 
 
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Program manager Gavin Nel spoke of the importance of having the Broncos on board to help spread the message that domestic and family violence is never ok, and to try and change some attitudes around violence in and out of home.

“It is so important that we have conversations with men around domestic and family violence and how to shift values and opinions”, said Nel.

Brodie Croft offers to play on the swings
Brodie Croft offers to play on the swings

The players relished the opportunity to meet and mingle with the families, with Brodie Croft appreciating the important work this organisation does.

It is so great to be supporting a wonderful charity like Act For Kids and really push the message that Domestic Violence is never ok

Brodie Croft

To find out more about Act for Kids and how you can get involved in raising awareness for Domestic and Family Violence Prevention head to https://www.actforkids.com.au