Being a Gold Coast Titan is about more than 80 minutes of football on weekends during winter – it is about living up to the responsibility of representing our community every day.
The Titans are a community club, made up of people from the Gold Coast and Northern Rivers region who are committed to helping to improve their community and the lives of the people who live in it.
That community supports the Titans as we represent them in the NRL, and in turn, we support the community through numerous programs and initiative driven by the Titans Community Foundation.
That commitment to the local community was exemplified in September when a host of Titans hit the road for a host of engagements ranging from school visits, coaching clinics and delivering education programs to assisting with bushfire relief efforts in the Gold Coast hinterland.
A total of 63 hours of community work were logged by the Titans players on the day, with 749km covered as the players reached out to all parts of their local community.
Nathan Peats, Ash Taylor, Tyrone Peachey, Jai Whitbread, Jesse Arthars, Jai Arrow, Kevin Proctor, Shannon Boyd, Tyrone Roberts, Michael Gordon, Sam Stone, Jarrod Wallace, Mitch Rein, Dale Copley, Darius Farmer, Kallum Watkins, Ryan James, Anthony Don, Phil Sami, Treymain Spry, Kea Pere, Brian Kelly and AJ Brimson were the Titans players involved in making a difference to their community.
Among the venues visited were Coolangatta Tweed Heads Golf Club, St Joseph's College at Banora Point, Helensvale State School, Canungra Showgrounds, Kingscliff High School, Merrimac State School, St Andrews Lutheran College, Coomera Springs State School, Fingal Head Primary School, Hymba Yumba Independent School, Coomera State School, and the Murgon Dragons.
It was a huge effort from all involved, but it is another way the Titans are happy to show their commitment to the Gold Coast and Northern Rivers communities.