Robert Rose Foundation

Robert Rose Foundation

In March 2019, the Robert Rose Foundation announced its new 'Team 22' initiative.

The Robert Rose Foundation supports those with trauma spinal cord injuries. This support extends to their families and loved ones.

The foundation was named after former Collingwood Player, the late Robert Rose who became quadriplegic at the age of 22.

The Robert Rose Foundation was founded by Robert’s family 20 years ago in recognition of his zest for life before and after his debilitating injury.

The initiative will officially launch on Friday, 12 April, ahead of the AFL's round four blockbuster Collingwood v Western Bulldogs.

Team 22 aims to shine light on the important role family and friends play in their loved one's lives post diagnosis and the power of two.

For more information, visit team22.com.au and robertrosefoundation.com.au

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