How supporting NSW Wheelchair Rugby League (NSWWRL) Can Benefit Your organisation?
Recent Australian surveys have found that 82 percent of employees would prefer to work for a company that supports the community. By working with NSWWRL, you can implement numerous strategies to achieve your community engagement goals. NSWWRL rely heavily on the business community for more than a handout, but for an opportunity to create a mutually beneficial relationship to benefit both the sport of Wheelchair Rugby League and partnering businesses.
By working in partnership with NSWWRL, businesses can make a lasting impression to both the community and their employees, empowering their company and supporting the only truly inclusive sport Wheelchair Rugby League.
Make a difference to the lives of people with a disability and their families.
|Last Updated on Friday, 09 September 2011 01:04|
NSWWRL 2012/2013 Season
Written by Paul Quinn
Friday, 12 August 2011 01:39
New South Wales Wheelchair Rugby League Inc. was formed as a non-for-profit sporting organisation for people with disabilities on the 25th September 2009. Our mission is to provide a balanced and fair Wheelchair Rugby League competition from 2010 onwards using the International Tag Wheelchair Rugby League rules and format.
We recognise that there is more than one form of Wheelchair Rugby League available; International Tag Rules and Local Touch Rules. Our long term aim is to host competitions for both forms of Wheelchair Rugby League. Sign up for membership today and join us on this fantastic journey.
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