The decision to help out the Men of League was easy for Vicki Cox. She's seen first hand the work they do.
Vicki's father, Jim, dedicated 60 years of his life to rugby league and achieved just about everything he could in the game including an OAM for his contributions to the sport.
Now, after falling ill, the game is giving back to the 78-year-old.
Jim suffers from a range of illnesses - including vascular dementia, parkinson's disease dementia and cancer - and the Men of League are often visiting the rugby league legend at the nursing home.
Having seen the volunteer work that her father's done and what the Men of League do too, inspired Vicki to lend a hand.
"These guys have come on board, supported my dad, supported my family so I think if I can just do a little bit to help them back - that's really important," Vicki said.
"I just think it's such a fabulous community and these guys work so hard and I know what it's like.
"They took up a fabulous Easter bundle to my dad at the nursing home, that stuff just means so much. For him to have the guys visiting is like winning the lotto. I just feel it's really important that everybody gets out and does a little bit."
NRMA Tamworth, where Vicki is the regional manager, have donated fuel vouchers to help local families in need.
Along with the financial help Men of League provide, well being is another major facet of what the foundation does.
From popping in to the nursing homes for a cuppa to fundraising for a family doing it tough, the Men of League will do whatever they can to help people out.
Long-time Men of League member Ron Surtees said the work the foundation did was fulfilling and the members all enjoyed helping out.
"We're proud of what we do, very proud," Surtees said.
The Men of League also meet the last Thursday of every month for their coffee club. "We meet at the Calala Inn at 10.30am and any new people are more than welcome. It's a worthwhile experience," he said.
"We do a lot of joking, laughing and talk about who we can help. And our hosts Kim and Dan Camilleri are absolutely so good to us."