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Clubs supporting staff and community

ClubsNSW Central Coast Region is proud to highlight just a few of the clubs supporting staff and community during the lockdown.

Everglades Country Club at Woy Woy has been overwhelmed with support from locals.

“Thanks to the support from our community we have had our phone lines FULL and people not being able to get through!
We have also had some of our specials being so popular that they are SELLING OUT!” said a staff member of Everglades.

Central Coast Leagues Club (CCLC) has been the heart of the Central Coast for over 60 years.

Their commitment to the local community is second to none. Since the commencement of the lockdown on June 26, CCLC staff have conducted welfare calls to over 1000 members over the age of 70 to check in on their health and wellbeing.

The Club continues to engage with its members virtually through online raffles, raffling off over $34,000 value in prizes across four raffles spanning the lockdown period.

Ticket holders are encouraged to engage in live broadcasts streamed through the Clubs Facebook page, where the winners are drawn live each raffle.


Clubs supporting staff and community

Supporting staff has also been a priority for the Club during the lockdown, with over $30,000 in gift cards and prizes gifted to the team.

COO Anthony Ryan has hosted weekly staff competitions with awards presented to the winners to boost staff morale.

These competitions have included: guess the baby photo, the highest amount of kilometers walked in a week, and the best cocktail recipe and cooking competitions.

The Central Coast community has supported the Club for over 60 years. They continue to be at the forefront of every decision CCLC makes.

Since lockdown began, they have supported local charity Coast Shelter in the form of donated gifts, kids gift bags, cooked meals, engaged in the Coast Shelter Sleepout, donated games, created cooking videos and exercise tutorials for the families and individuals utilising the myriad of services provided by Coast Shelter.

The Club’s commitment to the wellbeing of both members and staff demonstrates their positive influence on the Central Coast community. It solidifies their position as a valued community business.

Another club contributing to the community is the Ary at Toukley.

The Ary recently held a $3,000 locals raffle where prizes came from local businesses including Mexicoast, Frankie Lifestyle, Rise Mofo, and Noraville Green to name a few.


Thanks to all these clubs and so many other Clubs supporting staff and community during the lockdown.

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