Sharks Leagues Club have won first place in the Health and Wellbeing category at the 2018 ClubNSW Club and Community Awards for their Sharks Make Bullying History Initiative (MBHI).
Delivered by Sharks Have Heart (the Sharks Community arm), in partnership with the Make Bullying History Foundation, the aim of the program is to eradicate bullying in the Shire and beyond, by delivering whole school and community day intensives, programs, and follow ups.
The MBHI has been running throughout the Sharks community since 2016 and to date the program has been delivered to over 11,000 students within the Sutherland Shire across 49 primary and high schools.
Leagues Club CEO Tim McAleer and Brett Murray, the CEO of the Make Bullying History Foundation, were on hand at the International Convention Centre to accept the award. Thanks also to Capital Bluestone the Sharks Have Heart Platinum partner for their ongoing support.
Capital Bluestone have been involved within the Sutherland Shire community for a number of years now through the support of programs and organisations such as Live Life Get Active, Sutherland Shire Family Services and Touched by Olivia Foundation. Both Capital Bluestone and Sharks Have Heart share a common goal to make a difference throughout the community.
For more information on the program head check out the video here
Brett Murray is Australia’s number one anti-buying presenter. See Make Bullying History Foundation.