Thanks to Brightfield Group Services the Central Coast Mariners will trade Yellow & Navy to wear bright pink against Adelaide United in support of women’s cancer research, prevention and support services on the Central Coast. The match will be played in Hyundai A-League round three on Sunday November 4. Kick-off is 5pm.
For the seventh consecutive season, the Mariners will dedicate a Hyundai A-League home match to women’s cancer support services on the Central Coast.
Since 2012 the Mariners have raised almost $90 000 by donning pink jerseys, followed by an online auction of the kits along with bucket collections and other collaborative fundraising initiatives between the Mariners, Cancer Council NSW – Central Coast and Brightfield Group Services.
In a major boost for the Mariners, Brightfield Group Services have extended their support for the club’s Pink Round for the fifth season running, a relationship that commenced in the Hyundai A-League 2014/15 season.
The Central Coast Mariners have also continued their relationship with Cancer Council NSW – Central Coast to raise funds for its Family Meals @ Home as part of their Home Help service on the Central Coast. The goal is to help ease the stress of daily living so that families can relax for an evening and enjoy a shared moment with loved ones.
The Central Coast Mariners are also contributing to the following awareness and fundraising initiatives:
Trading Yellow & Navy jerseys for Pink to raise awareness for women’s cancer
Auctioning off the player-worn kits with all profits going to Cancer Council NSW – Central Coast
Bucket Collections at our match on Sunday November 4 against Adelaide United
10% of all limited edition pink Mariners jerseys purchased will be donated by Rebel
Jaynie Moloney of CCNSW says “Most people in our community have been affected by cancer in one way or another, a friend, a colleague or a loved one which is why our community is so generous in donating funds at important events like this. Together with the Central Coast Mariners, these funds mean that we can provide support to local cancer patients and their families to ensure that nobody faces a cancer diagnosis alone,” Moloney said.
Brightfield Group Services – who offer flexible, specialist facilities management solutions tailored to each individual client and business – will have their brand re-appear on the Club’s pink kits and team up with the Mariners to help raise awareness and funds towards the prevention of women’s cancer.
Brightfield Group Services’ Business Development Executive Melisa Senior spoke highly of the organisation’s relationship with the Mariners Pink Round.
“Brightfield have proudly sponsored the Mariners Pink round for the last five years,” Senior said. “We have all been touched in some way or another by Cancer with family or friends or work colleagues, and all of the Management and Staff at Brightfield are proud to be a part of such a big cause supporting the Cancer Council and supporting our local sporting community at the same time.
“Brightfield Group Services is a home-grown Central Coast business, although we offer services state wide and have a national footprint, our home will always be on the Coast and we appreciate all of our clients and business networks who continue to support us through our journey as we grow.
“The Mariners are what brings our Central Coast community together, a place where the fans, Members and supporters can band together and be proud of the coast, proud of where we are from and be part of the Mariners Success,” Senior said.
Supporters can find out more about Brightfield Group Services by visiting www.brightfield.com.au
Sunday, 4 October 2018
Hyundai A-League Round 3
Match: Central Coast Mariners vs. Adelaide United
Tickets: CLICK HERE
Venue: Central Coast Stadium, Gosford
Kick-off: 5:00pm (AEDT)
TV Broadcast: Live coverage on FOX SPORTS AUSTRALIA
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