The White Knight Foundation has attracted some passionate ambassadors who are committed to raising support for young victims of crime. Together, you can help those who have been innocently attacked and severely injured by donating to The White Knight Foundation. Spread the word, that gate crashing parties and attacking innocent people can not only ruin your life, but someone else's.
Michael is the current flanker for the NSW Waratahs and the newest and youngest Australian Wallaby captain in over 50 years. He has won nearly every individual award that rugby has to offer and continues to outperform many of the worlds top players. Michael was asked to be an ambassador for The White Knight Foundation and was humbled by being asked. He sees no place for youth violence, and knowing Liam, can see how much support people need in rehabilitation.
Ben Fordham is a journalist and previous Walkley Award. Ben is currently a host on the TODAY show and a popular talk back radio presenter on 2GB 873. Ben is a strong believer in the reduction of youth violence.
Robbo’s life changed forever in August 2014 when he was “coward punched” whilst travelling in America at the age of 26.
For 8 weeks was medically transported home still on life support and after another 3 months in hospital was moved to Royal Rehab at Ryde where he spent another 2 years recovering. Rob has lost his sight and hearing in his left ear as well as his memory.
Rob’s friendly and mischievous personality makes him very likeable and this has been very apparent by the number, quality and care his many friends have continued to show to him post injury.
Robbo’s life change has also brought many new caring people into his life that have helped including the WKF. Robbo has always been encouraged to be positive and to look forward to the opportunities that life presents now; and to see what good can come from his hardship.
Robbo is proud to be an ambassador and in helping to achieve the goals of the White Knight Foundation, reducing the prevalence of drug and alcohol fuelled violence.