Richmond Club continues its life long legacy of supporting a variety of services, programs and charities that assist various individuals, families and groups in our local community.
We are passionate about working together with our friends and members to support, improve and strengthen the lives of others.
The members of the Richmond Memorial Men’s and Women’s Bowling Clubs are an integral part of Richmond Club and our community.
Throughout their history, a number of exceptional bowlers have represented the district at top levels. In addition to producing these outstanding community representatives, the clubs continually raise money for local projects through various fundraising events.
This thriving sporting tradition plays a pivotal role in helping our older members remain active, get social and participate in the community. Far from being the pursuit of the elderly, the game and their clubs form a major part of Richmond Club's identity and contribut significantly to the social wellbeing of its members.
Men’s Bowling Club – Phone 4578 4849
Women’s Bowling Club – Phone 45785303
We are excited to announce our role as a new sponsor for the SIDS Stampede. This fantastic community event has been established to raise money for the SIDS and Sleep Apnoea Research Department at Westmead Children’s Hospital.
Held on Father’s Day in our beautiful Hawkesbury region, the Stampede has something for every level of fitness. Participants can select from four events – a half marathon, 10 kilometre run, 5 kilometre run or a fun family walk.
Working closely with our friends in the community, we aim to raise money to fund vital research into the cause of SIDS and develop a much needed cure.
NEW HAVEN FARM
Richmond Club has been supporting this progressive, not for profit organisation for over 15 years.
New Haven Farm provides a range of supported accommodation for adults with intellectual disabilities in a caring, safe and home like environment. Under a personalised care program, residents are encouraged to make their own choices and when possible, participate in the wider community to develop living and vocational skills.
For many years Richmond Club has provided financial assistance to the Women’s Cottage – a community support centre for women and their children from the Hawkesbury region who are experiencing hardship.
The Cottage provides crisis support, healthy relationship guidance, counselling services and also keeps a variety of resources on Women’s Health, Domestic Violence, Children’s Services and more.
In addition to financial support, each year we donate festive hams to use as part of their annual Christmas and emergency hampers.