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NSWRL Hogs for Homeless will reunite tomorrow (Sunday, 26 July) with former NRL players Josh Perry, Steve Menzies and Nathan Hindmarsh joining forces to ride to the renowned Grey Gum Café in Putty for a prestigious flag-raising ceremony.

The trio will be joined by members of the Northern Beaches Social Riders for the journey north where the Hogs for the Homeless flag will be raised permanently atop the Grey Gum Café.

The riders will come together at Terry Hills Tavern before jumping on their Harley Davisdons for the two-hour plus journey along the M2 and Putty Road.

“I’m really excited that we have the opportunity to have everyone back together to help raise awareness for ‘Youth Off the Streets’,” Perry said.

“It’s also great that Grey Gum Café are supporting us with raising our Hogs For the Homeless flag which will also help with awareness of what we do as a group.”

Perry will also take part in a NSWRL Hogs for Homeless ride to the Central Coast on Wednesday (29 July) to support the Central Coast Connect Day at Gosford.

Coast Connect is a joint initiative among Government, non-Government and community/service agencies to provide free goods, services and assistance to people who are homeless, at risk of homelessness or “doing it tough”.

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