Tony Hefferman (front left) chairman of East Lismore Bowling Club and major sponsor of the Rovers, Vicki Bugden president of Rovers Football club. Cara McWaide (back left) Spar Supermarket and Rovers sponsor and Rovers footballers; Chris Jones, Bobby Bugden, Abbie Heffernan, Brian Bugden, Josh Olivier, Luke Sherriden and Lachlan Maslen and Dominic Bora (kneeling).
Tony Hefferman (front left) chairman of East Lismore Bowling Club and major sponsor of the Rovers, Vicki Bugden president of Rovers Football club. Cara McWaide (back left) Spar Supermarket and Rovers sponsor and Rovers footballers; Chris Jones, Bobby Bugden, Abbie Heffernan, Brian Bugden, Josh Olivier, Luke Sherriden and Lachlan Maslen and Dominic Bora (kneeling). PHOTO Rebekka Battista

Kicking goals for Our Kids

IN an innovative fundraiser, the Rovers Football Club has announced it will donate $2 for every goal scored in any senior men's or women's games held this year to raise funds for Lismore's Our Kids charity.

Our Kids was founded in 2001 by Lismore paediatrician Dr Chris Ingall to raise funds for Lismore Base Hospital's neonatal ward, paediatric ward, and emergency department to make sure sick children on the Northern Rivers can be treated locally.

The organisation also gives grants to families and organisations to help them look after children with special needs.



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