Our Charities

The Kids' Cancer Project - The Better Challenge

To support Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, Randwick Rugby has got on board and setup a team to participate in The Better Challenge - to help raise much needed funds for The Kids’ Cancer Project, an independent national charity supporting childhood cancer research.

The Better Challenge requires participants to run, walk, crawl, cycle or roll to clock up a total of 90km in physical activity across September and in symbolic support of the 90 kids diagnosed with cancer each month. The aim is to help raise money to develop cancer treatments that are kinder, gentler and more effective for them.

To register for Randwick Rugby’s team, simply click here and then press the join team button to create your account.

Sydney White Ribbon Walk

Randwick Rugby Club continues to support the Sydney White Ribbon Walk, raising awareness about domestic violence, while asking men to stand up and say no to violence against women.

The annual Walk is organised by NSW Police Eastern Beaches Local Area Command and Randwick City Council.

Click here for more information Sydney White Ribbon Walk.

65K 4 65 Roses Walkathon

Randwick is a proud contributor to the 65K 4 65 Roses Walkathon, an annual fun walk and endurance event held to raise funds for the fight against Cystic Fibrosis, which is a life threatening genetic condition affecting 1000's of young Australians.

The iconic walk will take place around Sydney's Iron Cove Bay, with a base camp at Leichhardt Park, and is open to friends, families, thrill-seekers and just about anyone looking for a great day out.

Click here for more information on the 65K 4 65 Roses Walkathon.

World's Greatest Shave

Randwick first grade players David Vea and Max Page took part in the The World’s Greatest Shave, which aim was to raise $16.2 million in 2019, with a mission to 'shave' the world from blood cancer by getting sponsored to shave or colour their hair.

Click here to visit the World Greatest Shave.