Brad Fittler and a host of rugby league greats will be passing through Moree as part of the 2019 Hogs for the Homeless tour.
There will be a sports clinic running for children at the PCYC on Sunday, February 17 at 4pm, before the Royal Hotel hosts a charity auction night with guest speakers and raffles from 6.30pm.
The Hogs will then run a Fit for Life clinic at the PCYC at 7.30am on Monday, February 18 before moving on to the next part of their trip.
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The Hogs for the Homeless program was started by Brad Fittler in 2013 and has raised more than $700,000 for Father Chris Riley’s Youth off the Streets campaign to help disadvantaged youth, as well as assisting junior rugby league clubs by raising funds and helping increase registrations.
This year, Hogs for the Homeless will welcome new partners including the NSW Police, PCYC, Red Energy and the Australian Hotels Association.
The tour will travel across the state visiting more than 10 regional towns, beginning in Port Macquarie on February 15 and ending in Baulkham Hills in Sydney on February 23.
This is the seventh year of the annual ride and it will be the second time they visit Moree after they stopped in at Thomas Lee Motorcycles Moree back in February 2017.