The Terry Campese Foundation’s goal is to help disadvantaged young people and those requiring crisis accommodation. Focussing on ‘breaking-the-cycle’ style programs, the aim is to provide greater opportunities for marginalised young people in the community.
In the first few years TCF supported anyone and everyone who asked for help. As well as providing financial support through the Foundation, Terry has given hundreds of hours of his personal time, attending camps, serving food, speaking at events and so on.
Player2.net.au Presents: Mortal Kombat - Supporting the Terry Campese Foundation.
Australian Based Video Games Site Player2.net.au has once again joined with the Terry Campese Foundation to raise some money for those
Player2.net.au Presents: Mortal Kombat – Supporting the Terry Campese Foundation.
Australian Based Video Games Site Player2.net.au has once again joined with the Terry Campese Foundation to raise some money for those that need it most.
Come join The TCF and Player2 teams for a night out and a movie on the 21st of April 8:15pm at the Canberra Dendy Cinemas for Mortal Kombat.
Tickets are $20 each with all profits going to the Terry Campese Foundation’s many community programs such as the Queanbeyan Sleep Bus and Trek for Change. There will be lucky door prizes on the night and the movie should be a good bit of action fun for fans of the games and the original 1992 cult classic movie.
Tickets are strictly limited to 133 people only, so don’t hesitate, join us for some fun and fatalities all in the name or raising money for a good cause.
The Muscle Up Charity Fight Night is going to settle the code war once and for all when Terry Campese, Canberra Raiders steps into the ring to take on Ben
The Muscle Up Charity Fight Night is going to settle the code war once and for all when Terry Campese, Canberra Raiders steps into the ring to take on Ben Alexander, Brumbies.
The Muscle Up Charity Fight Night is the major fundraiser for Capital Region Muscular Dystrophy. This year we have teamed with Terry Campese and his Foundation to stage our biggest event yet. All proceeds from the evening will be shared between Capital Region Muscular Dystrophy and the Terry Campese Foundation.
The evening will also feature a strong card of high-quality bouts with local and interstate boxers, raffles and a sporting memorabilia and general auction.
If you only ever go to one fight night, this is the one.
The directors of the foundation (Terry Campese, Rob Bogdanoski CA and Pamela Slocum OAM) realising it was not possible to help everyone – stopped to take a breath and refocused the foundation.
The primary purpose now is to help disadvantaged young people and organisations in the local region, including the country towns of Braidwood, Bungendore and Captain’s Flat.
Working independently, and by also supporting individuals and organisations already working with young people experiencing disadvantage, the TCF focus is on, building on strengths and opportunities, by providing the tools to combat the many difficult and complex situations vulnerable people face.
It’s likely the foundation will expand the focus in the future however, for the moment the concentration is on marginalised young people.