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Firefighter Fundraiser at Panthers Stadium

Join the Panthers family at Panthers Stadium on Saturday as together we raise much-needed funds for the NSW Rural Fire Service.

Entry is free but we'll be asking everyone to please dig deep and drop their monetary donation in the marked buckets on the day. Keep an eye out for the Pantherettes!

An EFTPOS facility will be available for those fans who wish to donate via debit/credit card, while any cheques should be made out to 'NSW Rural Fire Service'.

Kicking off at 8am, Panthers coach Ivan Cleary will put the team through an open training session which fans can watch from the comfort of the Western Grandstand.

The players will be available for photos and autographs at the end of the training session at approximately 9.30am.

Thanks to Sarraf Strata, fans can enjoy a free BBQ breakfast, Sydney Direct Fresh Produce has kindly donated fresh fruit, coffee will be supplied by M&J Chickens and Jubilee Amusements has donated a jumping castle and teacup ride to help keep the kids entertained.

Who says ice cream isn't a breakfast food? Mickey's Ice Cream has kindly donated free ice cream to accompany the Sarraf Strata BBQ Breakfast.

Fans can keep hydrated with free bottled water thanks to the generosity of Nepean Valley Pure Water.

Renowned barber 'Nate Da Barber' and his crew will be on-site providing donated haircuts, in return for a $25 contribution to the cause per trim.

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If you have a service you would like to donate to the fundraiser, please get in touch with Panthers via social media or by calling 1300 PANTHERS.

Please note most major bushfire-related charities are currently overwhelmed with physical donations of food and clothing and are requesting financial donations only.

Panthers fans who wish to donate food or goods are encouraged to do so via FoodBank NSW.

Acknowledgement of Country

Penrith Panthers players and staff respect and honour the traditional custodians of the land and pay our respects to their elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.