you can help us
you can help us
Our Lake Hāwea Community Centre (LHCC) is community funded. It is not owned nor managed by the local Council (QLDC). The committee work hard to raise funds to ensure our community hub operates and provides the needs of our fast-growing community. We welcome Donations, Project or Event Sponsorship and Bequests. If preferred any giving can be 100% anonymous.
The following are ways donations can be made to the Lake Hāwea Community Centre.
A one-off donation allows you to provide financial support to a specific project, event or the Community Centre operating costs, as and when you want to give.
Regular Donations are set by you. You choose the amount, and whether you want to give weekly or monthly.
As a registered charity, LHCC can issue official Tax Receipts for any donation received.
project or event sponsorship
Project or Event Sponsorships are a great way for a business or individual's giving to be connected to a specific project or event LHCC have planned or is currently underway.
Project Sponsors can take advantage of promoting themselves alongside a community-based project that is visible to the public, e.g. Street Skateboard project.
LHCC has a number of projects underway at any given time and these could have a focus on youth, facilities improvement or building maintenance. Our Project page provides a list of projects currently defined and LHCC would be happy to discuss with you how a sponsorship would work.
Event Sponsors can be associated with one or many of the activities LHCC hold each year. Our Out Reach programmes cover a number of these.
Past Sponsorship has included heat pumps for the Kahu Youth's "Hawea Cave", Christmas Wonderland and the Tennis Court resurfacing.
Leaving a legacy to the Lake Hāwea Community Centre can be an amazing way of supporting the local community and to give back to a place you have lived and enjoyed.
The easiest way of leaving a request in your Will is by doing this with a Codicil (an amendment or addendum to your existing Will) or incorporating appropriate wording in any new Will you are drawing up.
If you wish to consider making a Bequest to the Lake Hāwea Community Centre Incorporated we recommend engaging your lawyer, who will ensure you are correctly advised about incorporating your wishes in your Will.