The challenges of the COVID affected year may have changed the way the Sharks interacted with the local community, however it didn’t alter the Club’s commitment, with Sharks Have Heart once again having a major presence and impact during 2020.
In showcasing the year just passed, Sharks Have Heart have compiled their year in review booklet, a comprehensive publication detailing the work carried out, while emphasising our key programs and initiatives.
Deadly Choices, Sharks Stars, Skillz4Me, School to Work, Kickstart, Mega Jaws, Sharks School Ability and School Cultural Awareness programs, Make Bullying History Initiative, Game On, Love Bites, EDYS and BRICS, all programs supported by Sharks Have Heart, not to mention the NRL initiatives also receiving our support and backing, are explained and highlighted in our yearly wrap.
The 2020 year in review booklet covers off on everything achieved throughout the year, showcasing Sharks Have Heart’s impact, while detailing the donations and grants made and the hours spent by our players and staff in the community.
The Sharks Have Heart year in review provides an insight into our key pillars of Inclusivity & Diversity, Social Impact and Have Heart, and the work being done within these pillars, while offering testimonials from our community stakeholders on the contributions made to the programs, events and the charities we supported during 2020.
Click on the following link - SHARKS HAVE HEART 2020 YEARBOOK - to find out about Sharks Have Heart and the highlights of the 2020 season.
The Sharks also thank Platinum partner Woolooware Bay and our Sharks Have Heart donors for providing the opportunity to do this work in our community.