Latest update: The annual T20 Charity Cricket Match is now not able to go ahead. The impact of Coronavirus (COVID-19) across Australia continues to be felt and it is for this reason that the College is undertaking new measures of management to best protect students and staff.
The annual T20 Charity Cricket Match is on again! This year, our 1st XI cricket team will face off against a celebrity team of indigenous cricketers in what is sure to be a thrilling match.
The aim of the game is to raise funds in support of Redfern Jarjum College (RJC), a Jesuit primary school committed to improving the welfare and education of indigenous children and the community around Redfern. The money raised this year will go toward their medical support program, providing all students and their families with access to a qualified paediatrician for much-needed medical care and treatment.
You can also help support RJC and indigenous education through one of the following initiatives:
Place your bid now to win a private function for 10 people at the Juana Mateo Room and adjoining Chapel Roof Terrace at St Aloysius’ College, Milsons Point.
This unique rooftop dining experience comes replete with stunning views of Sydney Harbour and a deliciously catered meal, along with a drinks package including wine and alcohol.
Kindly donated by St Aloysius’ College.
Six incredible raffle prizes are on offer:
A PRIVATE FUNCTION AT COVA COTTAGE ON THE LANE COVE RIVER
A fully catered private function for 20 people with exclusive foreshore views of the Lane Cove River at Riverview’s stunning Cova Cottage. Donated by Saint Ignatius’ College Riverview and Chartwells Catering.
PREMIUM TAILORED MEN’S SUIT
An MJ Bale classic or dinner suit with matching shirt and tie, valued at $1,000. Generously donated by Riverview parents Matt Jensen and Matt Rogers of MJ Bale.
THREE-NIGHT GETAWAY AT VILLA MARIS
A mid-week getaway (outside of school holidays) at the beachfront Jesuit House in Gerroa. Donated by Peter Canisius House.
A NIGHT AT THE HILTON & DINNER FOR TWO
Luxuriate in a room for two at the Sydney Hilton Hotel, including dinner at the wonderful China Doll Restaurant in Woolloomooloo. Anonymously donated by friends of Jarjum and Riverview.
PROFESSIONAL VIDEO AND PHOTOGRAPHY
Take advantage of $1,000 worth of professional video editing and photography services. Kindly donated by Greg Skeed of Skeedvision.
HARVEY NORMAN GIFT VOUCHER
$500 gift voucher from Harvey Norman, for redemption at any of its Australian stores or online. Generously gifted by Harvey Norman.
3. COME AND SUPPORT THE GAME
Join us for a BBQ and refreshments in the great outdoors while supporting our cricketers!
The raffle will be drawn at half time, but tickets must be purchased before the date. We encourage you to get online and purchase tickets or make a bid in the raffle – not only could you win a fantastic prize, you’ll be supporting a very worthy cause.
See you there!
Past T20 Charity Cricket Match highlight reel
ABOUT JARJUM COLLEGE
Redfern Jarjum College’s mission is to educate urban Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children who are not participating or coping in mainstream educational settings as a result of their domestic circumstances. The school serves boys and girls aged between 4 and 13 from Kindergarten to Year 6 and fees are not charged for tuition. The school aims to, among other things, alleviate the social, emotional, behavioural and health disadvantages of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children so that they can return to mainstream schooling, and to provide opportunities for them to pursue secondary education. Jarjum offers an alternative to mainstream primary schooling, with an emphasis on providing a cultural education program through which students can explore and develop strength in their own cultural identity.
PLAYED IN MEMORY OF PATRICK RODGERS (OR2011)