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As a club we pride ourselves on being family friendly and having a strong community spirit.

As well as our lively match day events, we continue to support both our LOCAL Northern Beaches community and communities in desperate need abroad.


Whether it’s visiting schools in the local area, a fundraising BBQ or helping with small labour jobs, RATS players have a tradition of stepping up and giving back to the community that supports them.


We encourage and welcome all members and sponsors participation as we believe that these qualities are what really define us as a club.

Tongan tsunami relief fundraiser

Charity Support

  • Purple Nail Tribe - the Lisa Harnum foundation against domestic abuse

  • Tongan Tsunami Relief Fundraiser

  • The grand stand against domestic abuse

  • Fijian Rugby - local teams and schools

Mental Health 

At Warringah Rugby Club, we take the mental health of our players and supporters seriously. We know that the game of rugby can be a great way to relieve stress and build confidence, but we also know that it can be tough on the mind as well.

That's why we have various initiatives across the year to help promote mental health awareness and support.

  • Head Above Water Annual 24 hour swim

  • Tomorrow Man

  • Man Anchor

  • R U Ok Day

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Tomorrow Man

Hats off to players & coaches for attending the "Tomorrow Man More than the Game" workshop in June

Tomorrow Man's Mission
The tide is changing for men young and old, and the outdated stereotype is leaving some of our mates, dads, sons, uncles, teammates, workmates and brothers stranded without the tools for a healthy life.
Let’s smash the straight jacket that the traditional male stereotype can be. And give men the complete toolkit to live a full life. 

We lose one man every 3.5 hours to suicide in Australia.
So we say enough is enough. 

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