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Blues celebrate NAIDOC Week

One of Carlton’s first Indigenous players, Syd Jackson, will return to the Club on Wednesday as part of a special club announcement to coincide with NAIDOC Week.

1:39pm  Jul 6, 2015

Cripps to have scans on ankle

Patrick Cripps will have precautionary scans on his ankle after injuring it in Saturday night's loss to the Bulldogs.

12:24am  Jul 5, 2015

Blues beaten in tense affair

Carlton has been pipped by the Western Bulldogs in a low-scoring contest at Etihad Stadium on Saturday night.

10:33pm  Jul 4, 2015

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The Carlton Football Community Fund (CFCF) was established in January 2009 through the vision of then Carlton Football Club President, Richard Pratt. His vision was to further develop community outcomes and assist people from disadvantaged, newly arrived / refugee backgrounds and migrant backgrounds through a range of programs and services.

The CFCF facilitates a range of programs in partnership with the Club resulting in enormous benefit to the broader community. However there is much more to be done and sport provides a unique vehicle to address positive social change in diverse communities so the potential to do more is becoming more and more apparent.

The CFCF is a Public Benevolent Institution endorsed with Deductible Gift Recipient status. Organisations looking to support and increase the efforts of the Fund, please contact us at community@carltonfc.com.au.