We are dedicated to giving back to the local community by investing in the groups that support us such as charities, local clubs and schools.
Here are just some of the organisations that we support.
Western Bulldogs Football Club
The Western Bulldogs Football Club was founded in 1877 and has competed in the AFL since 1925. Today they have teams in the AFL, AFLW, VFL & VFLW.
More than just a football club, the Western Bulldogs has a long-standing history as the community club of the AFL. They are passionate about their local community and creating an environment built on dedication and excellence.
Tullamarine Football Club
Tullamarine Football Club provides opportunities for children and adults from all occupations, to get active, be part of the community and play the much-loved sport of Australian Rules Football.
The club aims to improve the standard of physical fitness, developing a sense of fair play and teamwork. It also provides all members an opportunity to reach new heights for personal development.
Doutta Stars Football Club
Since its inception, EDSFC has stamped itself as the Premier club in the EDFL boasting 18 "A" Grade Premierships - 7 more than its nearest rival. It is also the only club in the EDFL to have won "B" Grade and "A" Grade Premierships in consecutive years.
Today EDSFC continues to service the greater Essendon and Niddrie communities offering teams from Open Age all the way down to Under 10's.
St Therese’s Primary School
St. Therese’s School is a Catholic primary school located in Essendon, Victoria. The school is a great place of discovery as it strives to educate and nurture the thinkers and leaders of tomorrow.
Maribyrnong Tennis Club
Maribyrnong Park Tennis Club caters for players of all levels from social to competition. They have various junior and senior competitions, pennant for the more elite players and social tennis for those wanting a fun hit with their family.
Live for Lily
The Live for Lily foundation was established to honor Lily Hester. Their hope is to find a cure for Childhood Cancer so no child or parent has to endure what Lily and her family did.
They raise awareness and funds that will go directly towards research to find a cure for childhood cancers.
Essendon District Football League
The Essendon District Football League consists of 35 Clubs and six Associate Member Clubs that span six council areas in Melbourne’s north-west metropolitan region. With a mix of AFL + AFLW teams, and ages spanning from Junior Under 9’s right up to Senior players - the EDFL is an essential part of the local Essendon community.