Supporting our Community

Central Coast Leagues Club is proud to support a number of charities and groups in the community. Here are just a few highlights of some of the activities we’ve  assisted with over the last 12 months.


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Central Coast Leagues Club supports the hard work of Coast Shelter. 
Coast Shelter is a not-for-profit charity which provides accommodation and support programs for people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.
 

Coast Shelter has been operating for over 20 years and provides accommodation to over 150 men, women, families and youth every night. In addition to this, Coast Shelter also coordinates the provision of over 1,000 free meals every week through the Coast Community Centre.

Central Coast Leagues Club CEO, Peter Blacker recently met with Coast Shelter’s Executive Officer Laurie Maher to tour the facilities offered by Coast Shelter. 
 
If you’re in a position to be able to donate, or volunteer your time we encourage you to do so.

 

Northumberland 70th Annual conference for the Country Women's Association

Northumberland 70th Annual conference for the Country Women’s Association

Central Coast Leagues Club recently hosted the Northumberland 70th Annual conference for the Country Women’s Association.
A big Congratulations to the Northumberland Office bearers 2016-17, it’s great to see some new faces amongst these amazing women
We’re told attendees enjoyed what was a great day to learn about what goes on and celebrate the new year ahead for the CWA.

 

It was great for Peter James Chairman CCLC and Central Coast Leagues Club Acting General Manager, Peter Blacker, to watch them at work at the Gosford Hospital Children’s Ward.

Peter James and Peter Blacker with clown doctors

Peter James and Peter Blacker with clown doctors


 

Central Coast Leagues Club has committed to supporting Surf Life Saving Central Coast, and we’re proud to have our logo on their sea-craft, vital in emergency situations at sea.

Supporting Surf Life Saving Central Coast

Supporting Surf Life Saving Central Coast