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Make an EOFY impact with a Sharks Have Heart donation

As the financial year ends on June 30, now is the perfect time to invest in the future of the club and community with a tax-deductible donation ($2+) to Sharks Have Heart via the Australian Sports Foundation.

Sharks Have Heart: Impacting the community

Sharks Have Heart, the club's dedicated community department, are committed to using rugby league as a vehicle to create social impact and meaningful change.

This EOFY, make a lasting difference and reduce your tax bill by directly supporting Sharks Have Heart's work – CLICK HERE to donate.

Through the delivery of three evidence-based signature programs – Deadly Choices, Mega Jaws and One Heart – Sharks Have Heart passionately support, inform and uplift key target groups including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, those living with disability, youth/students and the ageing population.

By directly donating to Sharks Have Heart, you'll be helping to maximise the volume of these life-changing initiatives.

Under the guidance of the community team, Cronulla's NRL and NRLW players often attend schools to inspire the next generation while promoting crucial anti-racism, anti-bullying, health and education messages. Hospital visits occur regularly too.

School holiday clinics are another core part of Sharks Have Heart's remit, offering unforgettable, fun events for kids to mix with their footy and cheerleading idols.

In addition, Sharks Have Heart take pride in organising 'Heartfelt Moments' – special experiences to raise the spirits of community members facing adversity – whether it be meeting players, behind-the-scenes access or making a dream come true.

The Heart to Heart Shark Crew – volunteers who play an active role at games, including taking 50/50 Charity Raffle donations – is overseen by Sharks Have Heart.

Donations to Sharks Have Heart also help support the club's investments into junior pathways and female facilities. Each contribution truly makes a difference and impacts the lives of many.

Sharks Have Heart consist of Vinh Tran (Head of Community and Government Relations), Luke Koutrodimos (Community Engagement Manager), Emma Tonegato (Equal Access Program Lead) and Jada Taylor (Indigenous Programs Coordinator).


Acknowledgement of Country

Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks respect and honour the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.

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