League legend and All-Stars architect Preston Campbell will be joined by some of the greats of the game to celebrate the social impact of the All-Stars concept as it returns to its spiritual home on the Gold Coast.
Mal Meninga, Greg Inglis and Steve Renouf will join current Indigenous All-Stars representatives at the Preston Campbell Foundation’s Icons For Change Breakfast – on 21 February at the Sofitel, Broadbeach – that will explore how we can all be a vehicle for change.
The Icons For Change Breakfast will be hosted by Fox Sports’ host Yvonne Sampson, with tickets on sale now
Campbell is an advocate for positive mental health with much of his recent work taking him to communities ravaged by drought and fire to bring inclusive messages of hope to schools, families, farmers and community groups.
The Titans Life Member said he was honoured to be joined by his special guests who he described as icons of change in their own right for this special event that will celebrate 10 years of the NRL All-Stars concept.
“To me, rugby league is a vehicle for change and to inspire, whether you play or support the game," Campbell said.
"I've seen firsthand the difference rugby league can make to people's lives, developing champions no matter where they come from.
“Mal, Greg and Steve continue to have an impact on the communities they engage with, and there are kids they have inspired that they will never get to meet.
“I believe in supporting our grassroots and get inspired by working with others who contribute so much towards our game. I want to give back to the game which has given me so much.”
The event is sure to be a highlight of All Stars week and with limited tickets people are encouraged to book early.
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