Local kids will be able work on their rugby league skills at a special Gold Coast Titans holiday clinic these school holidays.
The local side host four school holiday clinics annually at various locations around the Gold Coast, with the upcoming program to take place on Monday 8th July at Pizzey Park.
The clinic is open to children of all abilities, aged 3-16, and includes lunch and an NRL pack for a small fee, with much of the cost is subsidised thanks to the Titans Community Kick-In.
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A key component of the Titans community activity is engagement with school-aged children through their specially formatted programs. In addition to teaching kids football skills, the program covers real social issues including bullying, creating a healthy lifestyle, self-belief and goal setting.
It is programs like this that lead to the Titans being awarded the 2009 NRL One Community Club of the year.
Kelly Mulcahy Brown said the holiday clinics have been invaluable to her son Riley, who suffers with extreme anxiety.
“His idol Ash Taylor has taken on a role as big brother, and they have formed a special bond which is amazing to see,” she said.
To make a donation to the Titans Community Kick-In and help support the school holiday clinics and more:
- Simply text “TITANS” to 0437 371 371 and follow the prompts
- Or alternatively, you can make a donation online