Locals encouraged to get behind Titans Community Kick-In

Gold Coasters are being encouraged to get behind the Titans Community Foundation’s latest initiative.

Joining forces with 1029 Hot Tomato, the local rugby league side have launched the Titans Community Kick-In as a way to give back to the Gold Coast community.

Titans Executive Chairman Dennis Watt said the Titans Community Kick-In is an opportunity for the people of the Gold Coast to make a difference to the lives of others.


“All money raised will go directly to our programs that are run in local schools, at junior clubs, local charities and a number of other local community organisations,” Watt said.

“Our core business is rugby league, but we understand the bigger picture and the positive influence we can have on the community.

“The victories achieved in our community and through our charity programs are celebrated and just as significant as our wins on the field.

“Whether you donate $1 or $1000, we need your to help us make a difference.”

The Titans Community Kick-in will run for the next seven weeks, highlighting a number of key initiatives the Titans Community Foundation support program.

Donations from as little as $5 can be made via SMS, and take less than two minutes to complete. Just text the word “TITANS” to 0437 371 371 and follow the prompts. Locals can also donate online at community.titans.com.au.

1029 Hot Tomato’s Flan, Emily Jade & Christo alongside Mal Meninga and Ethan Sloane | PHOTO: 1029 Hot Tomato

To find out more about the Titans Community Kick-In, listen to Ethan Sloane and Mal Meninga’s interview with Flan, Emily Jade and Christo on 1029 Hot Tomato this morning:

For more information on the Titans Community Kick-In, visit: mygc.com.au/titans-community-kick-in/