The Carji Club started 20 years ago and was named after the first Brownlow medallist Edward Goodrich “Carji” Greeves. Members partake in a collegiate competition designed around the votes of each year’s Brownlow medal and host a lunch each year after the AFL Grand Final, to announce the Carji annual medallist.

This year, dual Brownlow medallist Peter Moore was invited to speak at the event and chose Ladder as the recipient of all funds raised. Collingwood legend Peter’s support adds to son Darcy Moore’s proud history of supporting Ladder, initially as a 1:1 mentor for a young person and more recently as spokesperson and advocate.

Ladder’s National Program Manager Tara and Development Coach Brittany attended the event in October to speak about Ladder and the lasting impact that our work has on the lives of some of the most disadvantaged young people in communities across Australia. Funds raised will enable Ladder to continue working with some of the most complex young people, in the most marginalised and socially disadvantaged communities in Australia.

Ladder sincerely thanks Peter Moore, Carji Club President Mike Boyle and Carji Club members for their support this year.