Hindy helped out with the hogs for homeless ride earlier this year. Whilst on their travels they sold raffle tickets to people who not only wished to help homeless youth but the chance to win a Harley Davidson. Erebus Motorsport team owner Betty Klimenko said she was proud to be supporting another extremely worthwhile cause. “The Hogs for Homeless ride is such a great event that raises much-needed funds to help young people that are less fortunate than most of us,’’ said Mrs Klimenko.
Off the field, Nathan is a tireless charity worker with a particular focus on children’s health. In 2009 he was awarded the Ken Stephens Medal in recognition of his outstanding contribution to the community The affection that rugby league fans feel for ‘Hindy’ is evidenced by winning the Provan Summons Medal, for the NRL’s most popular player, a record four years in a row. Nathan now works heavily in the community and is committed to helping young people achieve more in life.
Hindmarsh showed many characteristics portraying the Australian identity these include hardiness, sportsmanship and courage. He showed this by being an amazing leader by captaining and being a great role model for his team mates and also fans. His courage is simple shown from how he is the only NRL player ever to have made 12000 tackles in his career and only the Third player in NRL history and first Parramatta player to pass 30,000 running, attacking metres.
Nathans Major Individual awards throughout his career. As you can see he was a great rugby league player and an even greater bloke. He ended up being the most capped player for the club Parramatta Eels with 330 games under the belt.