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Covid hit shall not weary Dragons Community

Covid-19 has reared its head again but it will not stop the momentum of Dragons Community programs, after what has been another a huge three months for Dragons Community.

St George Illawarra players have spent a huge 648 hours engaged in Dragons Community programs throughout 2021.

Whether it may be holiday clinics, school assemblies, Best You Can Be school and zoom sessions or the wildly popular Back 2 Juniors club visits, Dragons players have been everywhere throughout the club's catchment.

Plans are now underway to shift these engagements to a digital platform given the uncertainties around lockdowns across the state.

A number of players have also taken a key interest in the Coomaditchie Homework Club and Score Dragons programs, the latter of which had a successful outing against their Raiders counterparts in June.

Speaking of Score Dragons, Dragons Community have recently implemented a Score Dragons ambassador program within their department.

Heading into the eighth year of the Score Program, Dragons Community have enlisted the help of its participants to become involved with our club on a weekly basis.

The Score Dragons ambassador have predominately been involved in a number of activities including Best You Can Be health and wellbeing school visits, assisting at gala days as well as being on hand at NRL game day events.

Our aims as a club is to provide the these current and future Score Dragons participants every opportunity to become champions for change in their space of influence, shifting individual and community perspectives through their own take up of inclusion strategies.

Show your support and continue the success of Dragons Community by donating to the Dragons Foundation today.