HOMES FOR HEROES

In 2009, the Australian Department of Veterans Affairs released a report that identified that on any given night across Australia, over 3000 veterans were homeless due to their service to our nation.   Earlier this month RSL & Services Clubs Association held their first annual ‘Honour our Heroes Relay Walk’ for the RSL LifeCare foundation. Over $5000 was raised and 12 staff team members participated in the 42km relay!   Well done CHP RSL!

We Won!

Friday 13 May 2016.   Canterbury Hurlstone Park RSL was proud to receive a Clubs & Community Award this week under the 'Arts & Culture' category in recognition of our songwriting initiative which bought together 8 local schools and international music producers. Congratulations to the team for their astounding dedication. Also of note was our Highly Commended achievement in the category of 'Disability, Welfare & Social Inclusion' for the ground breaking iSAIL post-natal care program with RPA hospital.

Our Chefs hope to taste success!

Friday 13 May 2016, saw our Head Chef Gilbert Aquino and Chef de Partie Sangjoon Wang Cook off in the Chefs Table Finals. The pair served up an amazing three course meal to 18 people, including judges, Julio Azzarello, Adam Moore and Courtney Roulston.

Click here to see a feature article in the Canterbury-Bankstown Express Paper! 

CLUB'S NEW TRIGEN SYSTEM CUTS CARBON FOOTPRINT BY ONE THIRD

MARCH 2015

Canterbury Hurlstone Park RSL Club is set to slice its greenhouse gas emissions by one third, cut annual energy costs by up to $185,000 and reinvest the savings back into the community, following the installation of its Trigeneration Energy System.

CHP RSL Trigeneration Video  
CHP RSL Trigeneration Case Study    
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Press article Canterbury Bankstown Torch Wednesday 18 March 2015

Cooks River Sporting Alliance gains two new members

MARCH 2015

Canterbury Touch Football Club and The Sydney Arrows Ice Racing Club have recently joined the Cooks River Sporting Alliance. The organisation continues to forge deeper ties within the community through relationships with sporting groups.

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Membership of the Cooks River Sporting Alliance now spans 10 Clubs across 5 sporting codes. Members include Western Suburbs AFL (Juniors and Women), Canterbury Junior Rugby Union Club, Earlwood Saints Rugby League Club, Canterbury Juniors Football Club, Marrickville Red Devils Football Club, Hurlstone Park Wanderers Football Club, Wests Netball Club and Ashbury Netball Club.

Winter sports sampled at Carnival of the Codes

FEBRUARY 2015

Around 1600 primary school aged students from 10 inner west primary schools discovered how fun it can be to shoot a goal through a netball hoop, kick a footy, take a mark and convert a try.


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During the Carnival of the Codes, primary school students sampled 5 winter sports - netball, football, rugby league, rugby union and AFL.
 
The bi-annual event is held by the Cooks River Sporting Alliance, a Club initiative formed in 2013 in response to findings that local sporting clubs' participation rates were in a state of decline.

Club proudly donates $1.063m donation to community groups

DECEMBER 2014

Canterbury Hurlstone Park RSL Club is pleased to announce that a record $1.063m was donated to community welfare organisations, schools and sporting clubs through its ClubGRANTS program in 2014. A Community Morning Tea was held on Wednesday December 2 to acknowledge the club’s commitment to community support.

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Marrickville Council mayor Mark Gardiner along with representatives from local schools, community welfare organisations and sporting groups, attended the event.
 
CHPRSL chief executive officer Dean Thomas said the Club was proud to reinvest in the community.

“Whether it’s helping local cricket players with hats and shirts, funding educators for after-school fitness sessions to help promote healthy lifestyles, or assisting with funding for sheet music, tuition and software, helping schools run quality music ensembles, we’re thrilled to be ‘reinvesting for life’ in our community.
 
“In 2011 we made a commitment to re-invest 20% our profits back into to the community. We’re extremely proud to have given more than $2.6 million to community groups over the last 5 years, either directly (to schools, sporting clubs and other community groups) or indirectly through registered charities and welfare service providers.”

CHPRSL PROVIDES SEED FUNDING FOR SPECIALISED PERINATAL CLINIC

DECEMBER 2014

CHPRSL has become RPA Women and Babies’ principal partner in establishing the first clinic in NSW to provide an integrated support system for families who have experienced pregnancy and infant loss - iSAIL Clinic. The Club has provided seed funding to establish the highly specialised perinatal loss clinic.

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COOKS RIVER SPORTING ALLIANCE DELIVERS SUPPORT FOR SPORT

SEPTEMBER 2014

More than 1,500 students from 10 local primary schools tried out five summer sports in July, as part of the Carnival of the Codes.

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CHP RSL WINS CLUBSNSW SPORT AWARD

JULY 2014

Canterbury-Hurlstone Park RSL Club was recognised for its commitment to local sport, winning the Sport Award at the prestigious ClubsNSW Clubs & Community Awards on Friday May 9. The Club beat three sports clubs to the top prize.

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CARNIVAL OF THE CODES

MAY 2014

On numerous occasions, the cooks river sporting alliance (CRSA) have been asked by local schools for more affordable sporting programs and local sporting clubs. The alliance have asked how they can increase the level of promotion in sports participation. With this in mind the CRSA decided to trial a new approach where local children could come and try all sports in the one session – and Carnival of Codes was created.

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CRSA BATTING HOME RUNS

MARCH 2014

2014 is off to a flying start as the Cooks River Sporting Alliance (CRSA) active presence in the local community continues to increase.

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