FREE ARLD Activities at Carina Juniors' Day for Daniel Morcombe
You are invited to join with us in a Rugby League day which focuses on Child Safety Awareness. Now in its 7th year, Day for Daniel continues to grow on a National scale and is recognised as Australia’s largest participation event of its type.
The Daniel Morcombe Foundation was established in 2005 by Denise and Bruce Morcombe following the tragic abduction and suspected murder of their 13 year old son Daniel in December 2003.
To promote the Foundation’s aims of making the world a safer place for our children, an annual awareness Day for Daniel is held, involving schools and local communities.
This year, Carina Junior Rugby League is holding a Day for Daniel – Red Day –on Saturday, 21 July at Carina Juniors Rugby League Club. The day is designed to involve people within the community to raise awareness of child safety and raise funds for the Daniel Morcombe Foundation.
ARL Development will be providing FREE ACTIVITIES for all children from 10am - 2pm! So come on down and visit the friendly Brisbane East ARL Development staff and join in a variety of activities.
Details of the day include:
WALK FOR DANIEL TO START AT 8.00AM
FIRST GAME TO KICK OFF AT 10.00AM
Five great games of junior and senior Rugby League play all day
Carina’s U13’s and Open Premiers playing in the Carina Red Jerseys
ALL RED JERSEYS WILL BE AUCTION AT 7.15PM
All proceeds will go to the DANIEL MORCOMBE FOUNDATION
LIVE ENTERTAINMENT AFTER AUCTION
ENTRY GOLD COIN DONATION
KIDS ACTIVITIES THROUGHOUT THE DAY hosted by the ARL Development
RED MERCHANDISE ON SALE
FOOD STALLS AND CANTEEN OPEN ALL DAY
SO COME DOWN AND ENJOY THE DAY AND REMEMBER TO WEAR SOMETHING RED
Thank you for your involvement in this fantastic event
Your participation is greatly appreciated by remembering Daniel and honouring his ongoing legacy of protecting children and helping to keep them safe
For further information and enquiries please contact
Carina Juniors Rugby League (President)
0400 993 788
Australian Rugby League Development (National Development Officer)
0411 159 462