The Upper Hutt Cossie Club has made grants and donations to the local community totalling over $440,000 in the last 12 months.
The principal beneficiaries were the youth of Upper Hutt with 20 local residents aged between 16-21 years receiving $2500 Kick Start Scholarships to assist them to achieve their academic, cultural and sporting aspirations. Many local schools, kindergartens and sporting clubs also received grants.
The club is now accepting applications for this year’s scholarships. For more information please contact email@example.com.
The club’s 2018 charity the Gillies McIndoe Research Institute which specialises in cancer research received $65,000 from fundraising activities held at the club. The club also invites non-profit organisations to apply to become the club’s 2019 charity. Please contact reception.
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Good Morning Upper Hutt! Monday again, what a weekend!
Plenty happening at PAK n SAVE Upper Hutt this week - today we start our two week long Christmas Club event for our Christmas Club members!
Loads of Christmas goodies on offer - come in and have a look!
Here are some of this weeks specials - available until Sunday, while stocks last.
See you soon!