Titans 4 Tomorrow
Titans 4 Tomorrow programs focus on supporting and engaging students to reach their full potential in all aspects of life. T4T offers various programs that cover a vast array of issues that face our youth of today such as health, education and the environment. A key factor of the program is the major impact of Titans players acting as mentors and role models to inspire students. T4T strives to make a difference to the well being of children and families in the community in which we live.
“It is by helping one child achieve his or her personal dream that we come one step closer to our shared dream for the future of all our children.”
The above vision of Preston Campbell as a foundation Gold Coast Titans player and the inaugural captain of the NRL Indigenous All Stars has become the Mission Statement of Titans 4 Tomorrow.The Mission Statement encapsulates the guiding principles of all T4T programs. These are:
- Gender Equity
- Empowerment of Youth
The Gold Coast Titans began as a club with a vision based on significant engagement within the community. Since the clubs inception, the Gold Coast Titans have devoted a large proportion of their time and efforts into building a strong foundation for community engagement and development programs. The vision of a club so entrenched within the community went beyond just rugby league elite game development and marketing, and a commitment was made to the NRL that the Titans would create long term partnerships with like-minded organisations. These partnerships would see the delivery of real outcomes to the community in education, employment, health and well being.
This vision also included a specific commitment to Indigenous communities both in the Gold Coast region and in remote and regional areas such as Doomadgee, Mornington Island and Cherbourg. This was a first in the game of rugby league and the Gold Coast Titans community programs were born.
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