The Cauliflower Club is a Rugby based charity committed to providing sporting and recreational equipment to enhance the lives of those with a disability, with a bias towards sporting related injuries. We use the power and prestige of Rugby Union, through our members, sponsors, ambassadors, and partners to help raise funds for the Cauliflower Club to support our efforts.
We have an Annual Lunch, our CCXV team who entertain country crowds and Rugby Long Lunches - Join Us.
We are delighted to announce that the CCXV will play against Crookwell Dated Dogs on 30th March. As usual our team features a stellar cast and the squad will be announced over the coming weeks on Facebook, to a fanbase hungry with anticipation.
The Cauliflower Club were delighted to be hosted for a reception by His Excellency General the Honourable Sir Peter Cosgrove AK MC (Retd )) Governor-General of the Commonwealth of Australia and Her Excellency Lady Cosgrove. The weather was spectacular and we were delighted to celebrate the work of the Cauliflower Club in such wonderful company and surroundings.
CCA Royal Rehab Donation
Thanks to the generous donations provided over the past year, Cauliflower Club were delighted to be able to present Matt Mackay from Royal Rehab with a new modified Toyota Camry at the 2018 lunch. This will facilitate their Return2Driving program. The program promotes safety and independence in driving for people with a range of disabilities and/or medical issues.
2018 Cauliflower Club Lunch - for more see 2018 lunch page
New pool table at Sargood on Collaroy
We visited Sargood in May to see the new table, purchased with a donation from CCA. CCA Director Raeleen Hooper and Sargood Executive Officer Susan Johnston are joined by Terri and Rebecca who showed off their pool shark skills.
Established late 2012 by Peter FitzSimons (President) and Nick Farr-Jones (Vice President) The Cauliflower Club is a Rugby based charity committed to providing sporting and recreational equipment to enhance the lives of those with a disability, with a bias towards sporting related injuries. We use the power and prestige of Rugby Union, through our members, sponsors, ambassadors, and partners to help raise funds for the Cauliflower Club to make our mission statement a reality.
Peter sees it slightly more artistically …. “Though our boots be hung and our day be done, our mission is to bring together the Rugby core as in days of yore.Let us be a gathering point for the folk, and backs too, who know that having cauliflower ears marks you as a man of honour. We want to harness the spirit and values of the game they play in heaven, and through that to give a helping hand to those who have suffered disabilities.”
Charity funds are raised via the generosity of our growing Australian and overseas expat membership base, through our annual fundraising lunch held in Sydney, and a range of events attached to various Rugby games at Local, Club, State and International levels.
Membership is $50 per year and branded merchandise is available through the Club. If you are interested in joining us – please email us email@example.com
In addition, an optional ‘try fine’ $50 tax-deductible donation is called for every time a Wallaby front rower scores a try.
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Click the cauliflower to learn more about our Sponsors, who provide support and help us maximise our fundraising. In addition they provide special offers to our Members.
The Cauliflower Club of Australia PO Box Q774 Queen Victoria Building, NSW 1230
Australia Limited (CCA), a registered Australian charity. You can view additional information on our website www.cauliflowerclub.org.au.
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