The Gold Coast Titans have today released their 2021 Community and Game Development summary.
The summary features different initiatives and activations that were held over the past 12 months.
The Gold Coast Titans Leagueability program expanded significantly, the club held its annual Down Syndrome run out event and the Deadly Futures program ran for the seventh year in a row.
In grassroots rugby league, the Gold Coast Titans recorded 11,200 players with a 17.3% increase in participation on the Gold Coast and Northern Rivers of NSW.
Additionally, the Club launched the Titans Cultural Collective, a cultural advisory group for players, staff and community members.
The Titans Cultural Collective launched their Multicultural Ambassador functions and its inaugural Titans Cultural Evening.
General Manager of Community and Game Development Renee Cohen says the Club is proud of the community work achieved in 2021.
“It has been a really challenging year for so many people,” Cohen said.
“We are just so glad that we have been able to continue working and supporting the community through various initiatives.
“We are so fortunate to have such great community sponsors, volunteers and supporters who help us with our initiatives,” she said.