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Community Support

Our staff frequently volunteer their time to assist with special events, local charities and fundraising. We also support a range of community and charity fundraising initiatives that our staff and members are proud to take part in. Here are some of the ways in which Club Central has been helping the local community:

Let’s go Red for Research!

We went red for the month of June to raise funds for St George & Sutherland Medical Research Foundation.

Our members made donations in the Club to fund local life changing medical research at St George & Sutherland Hospitals

*Terms & Conditions apply. Only available in June 2022 only.

CLEAN UP AUSTRALIA DAY 

For several years, the Club Central team has taken part in Clean Up Australia Day.

Sadly our annual Clean Up Australia Day was cancelled due to serve rain and storm. We want to thank everyone who offered to volunteered their time to their bit for the local community. We hope for better weather next year!

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We celebrated PINK month

Brain cancer kills more children in Australia than any other disease and more people under 40 than any other cancer.  The worst type of brain cancer, GBM, is also the most common and has an average survival of only 15 months from diagnosis.

Buy a Cadbury sweet treat in May from our reception desk to help raise funds for the Charlie Teo Foundation

Chocolates $1  & Lollies $3

*Terms & Conditions apply. Only available in May 2022 only.

HURSTVILLE SES

In the month of February, we are collected donations for Hurstville SES!

The SES are a volunteer-based organisation that provides emergency assistance to the people of NSW 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Heart Month

In April, our members and visitors showed their support by donating to our Heart Month fundraiser.

We match every donations, dollar for dollar to purchase a lifesaving defibrillator for Response for Life.

We want to thank everyone and their response!

*Terms and Conditions apply. 

 

Brain Cancer Month

Brain cancer kills more children in Australia than any other disease and more people under 40 than any other cancer.  The worst type of brain cancer, GBM, is also the most common and has an average survival of only 15 months from diagnosis.

We sold Cadbury sweet treats in May from our reception desk to help raise funds for the Charlie Teo Foundation

*Terms & Conditions apply. Only available in May 2022 only.