The Central Coast Mariners are proud to partner with five charities and community partners that benefit those on the Central Coast. 


White Ribbon Australia

White Ribbon Australia operates in collaboration with, and alongside, many other organisations working to end men’s violence against women. Our focus and strength is in mobilising men and communities to end men’s violence against women.

See more about our Partnership with White Ribbon Australia here. 


Ronald McDonald House Charities Logo

Take a break and be together as a family at the Ronald McDonald Family Room at Gosford Hospital.

The Ronald McDonald Family Room is a refuge for families while visiting or staying with a child in hospital. Step away from the ward and into their inviting Family Room, where there’s kitchen, bathroom and laundry facilities and a comfortable lounge where parents and siblings can relax and take a break.

Check out our 2018 Christmas visit here. 


Cancer Council NSW

For the past 8 years, the Central Coast Mariners have proudly supported Cancer Council NSW with their annual 'Pink Round'. Each year we raise awareness for women's cancers and assist the Central Coast branch raise money for services which support local families here on the coast affected by cancer. We have raised over $100,000 for Cancer Council NSW in this time.

Find out more about our 100k milestone here. 


RSPCA Care Centre

Partnering with RSPCA NSW in 2017, we are proud to support the local RSPCA Tuggerah Care Centre in finding animals of all shapes and sizes their fur-ever homes. Not only do they re-home animals, they also provide education, support, medical attention and shelter.  

See how we helped the Tuggerah Care Centre 'Clear the Shelter'


The Glen Logo

The founding  motivation for The Glen was the suffering of the community at the hands of drug and alcohol addiction. The Glen is an Aboriginal Community Controlled organisation that is located on the NSW Central Coast. The Glen is proud to take clients from all over NSW and Australia and help them get well, recover and return to their family and communities as active members. 

The Glen has an Aboriginal Board, Indigenous and Non-Indigenous 'Advisors to the Board' and many other Indigenous and Non-Indigenous supporters. 

See our latest team visit to The Glen