Due to the COVID-19 related shutdowns of CSC Group’s Caboolture Sports Club, North Lakes Sports Club, and Centenary Lakes Sports Club & Function Centre, the CSC Group has temporarily suspended its Sport and Community support initiatives. This includes our Rising Stars, Sporting Development and Community Chest programs.
Without our social venues enjoying strong patronage and sales the CSC Group, unfortunately, can’t generate the excess profits that it loves returning back to the local community.
As we emerge from the COVID shutdown and easing of restrictions, CSC Group’s primary focus is on providing COVID-SAFE facilities and offerings that sees our members and guests return with confidence and pride for the local community. We all look forward to our clubs buzzing again, with visitations and sales reaching and surpassing pre-COVID levels. Equally important is seeing our 300+ employees being busy and happy back at work.
Although CSC Group’s sponsorship and donations programs are temporarily suspended, it will continue to provide essential support to its six-foundation sporting clubs, plan and delivery sporting infrastructure commitments, and cover key operating expenses at its eight leased sporting venues throughout the Caboolture and North Lakes areas.
CSC Group is currently not able to say when its three Sport and Community support initiatives will resume, however the situation will be reviewed in early 2021 after what we hope will be a bumper half year, Xmas and New Year trading period.
In 2018-19, CSC Group provided more than $1.9M back to the local community. With the help of members and guests, CSC Group looks forward to resuming this level of support through our award-winning and highly acclaimed sport and community support programs.
What we do
North Lakes Sports Club is owned and operated by CSC Group – a not-for-profit, member-based organisation – that began in the early 1990’s and delivers over $1.8 million in cash and in-kind support to the local community each year.
As a part of the CSC Group’s community support programs, North Lakes Sports Club provides funding through two rounds of grants annually to local sporting clubs and associations.
Since the grants commenced in early 2017, sporting clubs throughout North Lakes and the surrounding regions benefited from a total of $105,214 in community grants across the summer & winter. These grants consisted of 53 seasonal sponsorships benefiting over 13,741 registered players across 7 rounds of funding from the Club.
In conjunction with supporting local clubs and associations, North Lakes Sports Club also manages and operates three sporting facilities at Kinsellas Park, Aurora Boulevard and Woodside.
These facilities are managed by the North Lakes Sports Club under a lease arrangement with Moreton Bay Regional Council, with the club working alongside several local sporting clubs and groups to coordinate the use of the facilities and management of infrastructure, equipment and services.