Reliant Healthcare recommit to Wanderers Powerchair season

Western Sydney Wanderers FC have today confirmed that Reliant Healthcare will continue their support of the club’s Powerchair team ahead of the season kicking off this weekend.

Reliant Healthcare have been proud supporters of a number of initiatives and programs driven by the Red & Black and have extended their support to the club’s Powerchair team until the end of the 2023 season. 

Reliant provide multiple services over New South Wales including personal care, NDIS services, companion care, daily activities, dementia, disability, nursing, palliative, respite and live-in care.

The partnership continues Reliant Healthcare’s commitment to the Western Sydney community having also been proud supporters of the Wanderers Football Inclusion Program, which is delivered in schools across Western Sydney

General Manager of Reliant Healthcare Susan Tredenick said she was proud to support the team again this season.

“It is wonderful to be able to provide our support again this year to the Powerchair team and Western Sydney,” said Tredenick.

“We are proud to be part of such a vibrant community and it is important to us to be able to give back and be part of these initiatives.

“I’m looking forward to the season kicking off this weekend.”

Western Sydney Wanderers CEO Scott Hudson thanked Reliant Healthcare for their ongoing support.

“I would like to thank Susan and the Reliant Healthcare team for their ongoing support of the Western Sydney community through both our Powerchair Team and a number of our community programs,” said Hudson.

“Together we wish the Wanderers Powerchair team a successful upcoming season.”

The Wanderers Powerchair Team will kick off their season this Saturday 11 March when they take on Hills United at Valentine Sports Park in Glenwood.