This Saturday night the Stay Kind Cup will be played at Bankwest Stadium for the very first time when the Parramatta Eels face the Brisbane Broncos.
Born from a message developed in partnership with the Thomas Kelly Youth Foundation, the Cup was established over the last two seasons to raise awareness for the Foundation and promote prevention of self-harm and suicide to our youth.
This year, the Eels will show their commitment to this important cause by including Stay Kind on their jersey, while the Broncos will show their support with Stay Kind socks when they run out on to Bankwest Stadium.
The Thomas Kelly Youth Foundation launched the initiative in memory of Stuart Kelly, remembered for his continued support and kindness to his brother Thomas and to others.
Stay Kind is about kindness and respect towards all people, no matter who we are or how different we are.
Stay Kind is about fostering a supportive environment in all aspects of life and community; within your family, sport, work and school.
Stay Kind is about a social movement of kindness that encourages communities, families and young people to demonstrate and practice kindness.
You can help to expand Stay Kind initiatives for a more caring community through by visiting staykind.org.au.
To purchase tickets to the clash, visit https://premier.ticketek.com.au/shows/Show.aspx?sh=EELW1419
On the night, the foundation will have a presence in the Bankwest Stadium selling Merchandise in the precinct along with the 50-50 Charity Raffle raising funds towards the foundation.
To pre-purchase a ticket to the 50-50 Charity Raffle or to make a donation, visit: https://5050charityraffle.com.au/eels
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