Five of our best AFLW players have recently had to leave the charity organisation that had been their home for the last 10 years. Established in 2007, the charity, ANDC, provided food, shelter and education to hundreds of kids who had been scavenging on the garbage dumps to help their families. Unfortunately, they have had to close their doors, so our players are now on their own. One of them is due to complete her Grade 12 studies at the end of August, and the other four are hoping to complete Grade 12 next year. There are many expenses to be met, including food, rent, transport and school fees. We have pledged to support them so that they can finish school together and also find part time work, which will also allow them to continue playing AFL, a sport they have developed a passion for since joining the Cambodian Apsaras in 2016 when the team was established. We're sure there will be plenty of support for these girls, and anyone who has met them will know what great people (and footy players) they are! For more details, please contact the Cambodian Eagles or Apsaras via their Facebook pages.