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The Titans will join the Gold Coast community at Kurrawa beach on Friday morning in an attempt to beat the world record for the most simultaneous sand angels – to raise money for Drought Angels, the charity that supports struggling farmers and rural communities.

The Titans will be out in force to support the cause, with a minimum of 1400 participants needed to beat the current world record of 1387 held by the US state of Michigan – and put the Gold Coast on top of the world!

All Titans Members and fans – and everyone in the Gold Coast community – is encouraged to attend and support the event and lend a hand to the farmers and primary producers doing it tough in drought conditions and through the horrific bushfire season.

Drought Angels is a not-for-profit charity that delivers support for rural families through the provision of food hampers, care packs, prepaid visas, fuel vouchers and local store vouchers, as well as feed for livestock and emotional support for those doing it tough.

Aside from participating in the world record attempt, you can help the fundraising efforts directly by making a gold coin donation on the day.

You can register for the event at Kurrawa beach from 6am on Friday, with the world record attempt to be made at approximately 6.40am – allowing plenty of time for participants to get to school or work afterwards.

So be an angel, and help spread the word to get as many Gold Coasters as possible to Kurrawa on Friday afternoon to break the world record, and raise much-needed funds for our farmers in need.

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We look forward to seeing you there.