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Sharks Have Heart Programs


Competition - NRL Premiership - Play NRL Round

Round - Round 03

Teams – Manly Sea Eagles v Cronulla Sharks

Date – 21st or March 2016

Venue – Brookvale Oval, Manly Sydney, NSW

Photographer – Grant Trouville

Description – #WET #Rain #mud
Sharks Captain Paul Gallen with son, Kodi.

Working with and in the community is an essential part of the Sharks Have Heart community initiative. We are focused on achieving lasting positive relationships with our community and charity partners and we pride ourselves on being the number one community club in the NRL.

We are very grateful recipients of exceptional support, enthusiasm and passion from a number of devoted Members and fans from within the community. In return, the players, staff and many of our supporters highly value the work they can do and are very aware of their responsibility to make a positive difference and assist those in need.

We actively support local community programs, which aim to benefit the people of the Shire, and guide them to make healthy and safe lifestyle choices. The Sharks Have Heart programs and partnerships are identified through key focus areas.

Charity Partners
Cultural
Free School Clinics & Programs
Junior League & Shire Touch League
Centre of Excellence

And to help ensure the Club's future, we’re currently raising funds to build a true ‘Centre of Excellence’ that goes beyond football… one that will help us maintain a high level of elite performance on the field, but will also be home to all our off-field community programs. We're even offering 'Foundation Supporters' the chance to have their names immortalised on a digital ‘Living Wall’ in the foyer of the new building, as well as in the foyer of our Leagues Club.

Sharks Have Heart also has a standard donation and player appearance policy, which seeks to provide a fair and equitable opportunity to access Sharks players.

We kindly ask that you please follow the correct procedures to ask for assistance as outlined on the Community Requests webpage.