Turner Freeman Lawyers to continue to give back to ADDRI

Western Sydney Wanderers FC’s Co-Major partner Turner Freeman Lawyers have today confirmed that they will continue their Cash for Goals initiative supporting the Asbestos and Dust Diseases Research Institute (ADDRI) in 2023/24.

In its third season, the Cash for Goals initiative supports ADDRI’s focus in saving lives through its research into asbestos related diseases, specifically its work to find a way to cure those suffering from the deadly diseasemesothelioma.

ADDRI works closely with community groups to alert the public to the risks of exposure to asbestos and works with mesothelioma sufferers to provide support. 

In addition to the $500 donation for every goal scored, Turner Freeman Lawyers will also be committing $1,000 for any goals scored by Wanderers Amy Harrison or Milos Ninkovic through their new Goals for Grassroots initiative. 

Goals for Grassroots will give back to a community club of both players choosing in Western Sydney.

Plus, for the Sydney Derbies this season, Turner Freeman Lawyers’ will jackpot Ninkovic’s goal donation to $5,000 for a local community club.

Western Sydney Wanderers CEO Scott Hudson thanked Turner Freeman Lawyers for their ongoing support of the community.

“Turner Freeman Lawyers have shown us time after time their ongoing support for the Western Sydney and Wanderers community,” said Hudson.

“Turner Freeman Lawyers have already donated $36,500.00 to ADDRI since launching this initiative and we are delighted to be in a position to contribute to their ongoing efforts in making real change in the community.”

Turner Freeman Lawyers Managing Partner NSW Armando Gardiman said he was looking forward to continuing to support the Institute.

“We are proud to re-commit our Cash for Goals initiative alongside our partners, the Western Sydney Wanderers in support of the Asbestos and Dust Diseases Research Institute (ADDRI) for the 2023/24 season,” said Gardiman.

“After a strong start to the season by the Wanderers remaining undefeated & scoring 9 goals in 4 matches, we are very much looking forward to continuing to support the Institute through the Wanderers.”

ADDRI CEO Kim Brislane said the partnership was incredibly powerful in making real change.

“The support provided by Turner Freeman Lawyers and Western Sydney Wanderers is incredibly powerful as it allows us to build and expand our crucial research projects into asbestos and dust-related disease,” said Brislane.

“Most importantly though, it is a powerful reminder of the immense good that happens when socially conscious organisations and sporting groups unite for real change.   

“We’re immensely grateful to be the beneficiary of this exciting sponsorship alliance and are looking forward to cheering on the superb performances and sportsmanship of the Western Sydney Wanderers this season.”

The Wanderers will take on Sydney FC in the blockbuster Sydney Derby on Saturday night Allianz Stadium. Limited tickets are available via Ticketek.