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Steve Sullivan representing CCKIN, presenting VW Bro Geoff Bown DGIW D21 with the Community Ambassador award

Freemasons on the Central Coast are proud of their history of support for Central Coast Charity, Central Coast Kids in Need (CCKIN).

The charity provides moral and financial support to disadvantaged local families with children undergoing medical treatment away from their local area. The charity does not receive Government support and relies solely on the generosity of donors, including Freemasons on the Central Coast.

Recently, Central Coast Freemasons and the Central Coast Bulldogs, with the support of the Wyong Leagues Club group, held a charity dinner for CCKIN and Save Our Kids from Suicide (SOKS) from which each organisation received $8,300.

A segment on Channel 9’s A Current Affair hosted by W Bro Simon Bouda provided an insight into the outstanding work of CCKIN. The telecast resulted in a flood of monetary donations and offers of assistance.

On the evening of Thursday 24 September, CCKIN representative, Mr Steve Sullivan, surprised members of Freemasons on the Central Coast with a plaque recognising their support and proclaiming that they are now Community Ambassadors for the charity.

VW Bro Geoff Bown, DGIW for District 21 on the Central Coast, received the plaque on behalf of the members. Geoff said in reply, “Central Coast Kids In Need has always been close in our thoughts as they truly represent charitable works.”

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