CSC Group fundraiser for local rural fire brigades bushfire appeal
The CSC Group has donated $10,000 to kick start its Bushfire Relief fundraising campaign across Caboolture Sports Club, North Lakes Sports Club and Centenary Lakes Sports Club & Function Centre.
The starting donation of $10,000 will be supported by a series of fundraising initiatives throughout February and March, with proceeds being directed to local Rural Fire Brigade branches to assist with future bushfire disasters.
Throughout February, fundraising activities will include donations from bingo raffles, meal deals and a special bushfire cocktail. Donation tins will also be placed across all clubs, with an aim to reach a target of $20,000 in total funds raised.
The group will also host a Charity Bowls & BBQ fundraiser on Friday 20th March at Centenary Lakes Sports Club & Function Centre.
Tickets are from just $20 per person and include a BBQ dinner, drink on arrival and game of barefoot bowls.
CSC Group CEO Mr Kelvin Patch said the club was eager to focus on supporting our local catchment to help future proof the region against bushfires.
“There has been so much support from the community for our southern friends which is fantastic, but our board wanted to focus our efforts on supporting our local firies and help them prevent future bushfire events,” Mr Patch said.
“All funds raised from our appeal will be directed to Local Rural Fire Brigade including Toorbul, Pumicestone, Delaney’s Creek, Mt Mee, Wamuran, Rocksberg and Narangba.
“The funds will be used to purchase priority equipment including breathing masks, mask cleaning equipment and the purchase of a mobile command vehicle.
For information on the fundraising activities visit the Caboolture Sports Club, North Lakes Sports Club or Centenary Lakes Sports Club & Function Centre websites.
Tickets to the Charity Bowls & BBQ event can be purchased via centenarylakes.com.au or by calling 5498 9112.