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Community Support Keeps Little Wings in the Air

The ClubGRANTS program supports numerous community organisations across NSW that cover a wide range of care and help, one of which is the Little Wings Children’s Hospital Flight Program. Under its 2023 ClubGRANTS Fund, Cessnock Leagues Club donated $10,000 to Little Wings to support its work for families in regional NSW who have the need for [...]

By |2024-05-09T15:04:28+10:009 May 2024|Club News|Comments Off on Community Support Keeps Little Wings in the Air

Mentoring Young Men to Lead Safe, Healthy Lives

The Top Blokes Foundation has helped to improve the mental health and wellbeing of dozens of young men in Cessnock over the past four years through its Mentoring Program. The preventative, evidence-based program has been delivered at Mount View and Kurri Kurri High Schools since 2020, and was able to run at Cessnock High School [...]

By |2024-05-02T12:01:13+10:002 May 2024|Club News|Comments Off on Mentoring Young Men to Lead Safe, Healthy Lives

Rotary Project Provides Nutritious Food and Social Engagement

Free nutritious food and social engagement are on offer every Wednesday at the Cessnock Uniting Church Hall, thanks to the Rotary Club of Cessnock. The Rotary Club began offering a free weekly lunch to homeless, disadvantaged and at-risk individuals in the Cessnock local government area in 2021, and the initiative has progressed significantly since then, [...]

By |2024-04-29T09:21:26+10:0029 April 2024|Club News|Comments Off on Rotary Project Provides Nutritious Food and Social Engagement

‘U-Nites’ Provides Safe and Engaging Environment for Local Youth

PCYC Cessnock has been a hive of activity on Friday nights in 2023, with the U-Nites program offering young people free access to all club facilities. U-Nites regularly draws a crowd of over 100 people, enjoying activities including rock climbing, the indoor skate park, gymnastics, multisports and fitness, plus a free barbecue. The program started [...]

By |2023-12-14T11:06:45+11:0013 December 2023|blog, Club News|Comments Off on ‘U-Nites’ Provides Safe and Engaging Environment for Local Youth

Making Christmas bright for local families in need

Cessnock Hospitality Group has partnered with Samaritans for its 2023 Christmas Gift Appeal. About 70 gifts were donated by members and staff across CHG venues in 2022, and the group is proud to be supporting Samaritans again as it sets out to make Christmas a little brighter for local families in need. Samaritans intensive support [...]

By |2023-11-23T09:15:21+11:0023 November 2023|Club News|Comments Off on Making Christmas bright for local families in need

‘Exceptional’ first year for Cessnock Leagues Netball Club

Cessnock District Netball Association’s senior teams have enjoyed a very successful debut season playing in the Maitland competition under the banner of Cessnock Leagues Netball Club. The Cessnock club entered five senior teams in the Maitland winter competition: three A-grade teams and two cadets teams (14-to-17-year-olds). Four of the teams made the semi-finals and two made it to the preliminary final, narrowly missing a spot in the grand [...]

By |2023-11-16T13:53:54+11:0016 November 2023|Club News|Comments Off on ‘Exceptional’ first year for Cessnock Leagues Netball Club

Hub offers a safe place for Cessnock’s needy, lonely and homeless

With a fresh coat of paint and a new lease on life, Cessnock’s former St Vincent de Paul cottage is now home to the Spirit of Giving Fundraising Hub. Located at 6A Cumberland Street, the Hub was founded to provide an outreach service for local people in need, and to formalise fundraising activity for the [...]

By |2023-11-03T13:22:23+11:003 November 2023|Club News|Comments Off on Hub offers a safe place for Cessnock’s needy, lonely and homeless

Solidarity Breakfast Supports DV Network

Cessnock Leagues Club will host a Solidarity Breakfast for Domestic Violence Awareness on Tuesday, November 14. Funds raised at the breakfast will go to the Cessnock Domestic and Family Violence Network (CDFVN) in the lead-up to its major event, Cessnock Walks Kawuma (which will take place on November 29). The CDFVN was originally convened in [...]

By |2024-03-20T12:18:58+11:0031 October 2023|Club News|Comments Off on Solidarity Breakfast Supports DV Network

ClubGRANTS

ClubGRANTS help charities to keep up their commitment to those in need Sixteen community organisations have received a share of $87,870 in funding from Cessnock Leagues Club’s 2023 ClubGRANTS Program. The ClubGRANTS Category 1 program funds projects, services and programs that benefit the local community, such as welfare and social services, community development, health services and [...]

By |2023-08-25T16:07:58+10:0025 August 2023|Club News|Comments Off on ClubGRANTS

New trailer allows Soupz On to hit the road

Soupz On has been providing meals to people in need in Cessnock for more than seven years. But the volunteer-run organisation is about much more than soup – it also distributes donated goods and offers support to clients including referrals to professional services. And now, thanks to a $10,000 grant from Cessnock Hospitality Group, Soupz [...]

By |2023-07-12T09:29:16+10:0010 July 2023|Club News|Comments Off on New trailer allows Soupz On to hit the road