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Community Programs

The Toyota Forklifts Raiders aspire to be more than a rugby league team that participates in the National Rugby League competition. Since 1982 the Club nicknamed the “Green Machine” has proudly existed to entertain, positively promote and contribute to the ACT and surroundings (i.e. the Capital Region) for the benefit of local communities and their people.

Our vast regional footprint measures nearly 60,000sqm in area and has a population in excess of 800,000 people. It extends from the ACT west to Riverina, east to Batemans Bay, south to Albury and Bega and north through to Bathurst and Orange.

Notwithstanding that the sheer size and unique traits of “Raiders Community’ provide great benefit for our core business function of player recruitment and development/retention, our immense reach and profile leads to significant requests for support on an annual basis.

Since 1982 we have been proud of our annual contributions and commitment to “Raiders Community”, which will continue long into the future, along clearly defined lines of support.

Due to our high profile and immense reach, we are inundated with community requests. The Raiders have developed focus areas and clearly defined parameters to help shape our engagement with the community.

Community Focus Areas

  • Economic impact initiatives
  • Physical and mental health
  • Cultural identity and belonging
  • Social connection in community

Stakeholders in the Raiders Family

Provided that any requests can be adequately accommodated, the following areas will be given priority in terms of consideration for club support:

  • Club Life Members
  • Board Members
  • Staff
  • Players (and Past Players)
  • Corporate Partners
  • Current Members
  • Canberra Region Rugby League (CRRL)
  • Affiliated Licensed Clubs
  • ACT Government
Acknowledgement of Country

Canberra Raiders 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.