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Mitchell calls in reinforcements for CEO Sleepout

In just a few days time, Titans CEO Steve Mitchell and his team will spend a night at Cbus Super Stadium - but with a big difference.

The Titans, led by their CEO, will sleep the night rough with many other fundraisers in support of the Vinnies annual 'CEO Sleepout.'

Donate to the Titans CEO Sleepout team here.

This year is a little different though as Mitchell has called in re-enforcements, with a total 10 Titans spending the night at Cbus Super Stadium in honour of the good cause.

As a club the Titans purpose is to make its communities proud and inspire them with energy and through the fundraising efforts of the CEO Sleepout they will be doing just that.

Vinnies CEO Sleepout raises money to provide people experiencing homelessness and people at risk of homelessness with vital access to food and accommodation.

Mitchell said this was one way that the club could make its communities proud - which is part of the Titans purpose.

"We live in such an amazing city but not everyone in our community enjoys a roof over their head and a meal each night," Mitchell said.

"To know a portion of our population don't know where they will be sleeping each night is distressing, so hopefully this event, and the fundraising associated, can go some way to supporting Vinnies programs and improving the life of many people across the Gold Coast."

Help break the cycle of homelessness
Everyone deserves a safe place to call home. That’s why Vinnies is raising money to provide people experiencing homelessness and people at risk of homelessness with vital access to food and accommodation. We also provide education, counselling, employment and health services to help people overcome poverty in the long term.

Support Australians who are doing it tough by donating to the Vinnies CEO Sleepout today. Donate here.

Acknowledgement of Country

Gold Coast Titans proudly acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we are situated, the Kombumerri families of the Yugambeh Language Region. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging, and recognise their continuing connections to the lands, waters and their extended communities throughout South East Queensland.