Vote now for your favourite Team or Individual

Vote for the team or individual that you think most needs funding, for their chance to receive up to $1,500 from the Thermoskin Community Sports Fund!

You will also be entered in the draw to win a $200 EFTPOS Gift Card!

With a total pool of $10,000 available plus a gift of Thermoskin’s Plantar FXT Calf Socks, 2016 winners will be decided upon by a panel of 4 judges including Melanie Wright (Australian Olympic Gold Medalist and World Record Holder in Swimming), Sharelle McMahon (former Australian Netballer), Brett Emerton (ex-Socceroo) and Thermoskin CEO Matthew Symington.

Shortlisted entries will be based on quality of application, why the funds are needed, value to the community/individual, and number of votes received by the public, so start voting now and make your contribution!

To find out more on how your voting contributes, please visit our Terms & Conditions. Thermoskin Community Sports Fund Recipients will be announced on the Thermoskin website and Facebook page.

Voting: 4th – 25th May 2016
Recipients Announced: 6th June 2016

Total Votes:   57

Terrigal United Football Club 12A Storm


Central Coast Football

State / Area:

NSW / Regional

Funding Requested


Voting has now finished.

Recipients will be announced on 6th June 2016.

About Terrigal United Football Club 12A Storm

Terrigal 12A Storm are one of 122 teams playing football for Terrigal United in the 2016 season. Each year in March, they are supplied with a kit of playing shirts, training and match balls, cones and bibs and in September, they will return their kit to our hard working gear steward who will find a place for it in a messy storage room.

Value to the Community

The Terrigal Storm 12As not only bring value to the local community, they are INVALUABLE to the community. Many of the players are cadet referees and the sport needs plenty of those. The list is long and distinguished of community support given by the parents of the Storm. Here are just a few examples: Ray and Reid, the coaches, not only devote hours to the 12A Storm and football in general, but to Terrigal United (Executive Committee) and the local surf club as well. Sue is the secretary of the largest Little Athletics Club on the Central Coast while Heather uses her skills as a psychologist to run a volunteer program to support women with postnatal depression. Sharon is a volunteer with the Red Cross, coordinating a telephone program which monitors and supports the elderly and sick in our community.

Why the funds are needed

The Storm’s playing kit , along with up to 135 other orange bags and hundreds of balls, as well as other sundries like nets and boxes could be neatly stored on shelving that would line the storage shed and the balls would be stored in a roll up “cage” at the end of the storage shed. Storing the kits off the ground over the off season would extend their useful lives and streamline the sorting and distribution of playing kits for the following season so that next year the Storm who will by then be 13A, can have their kit ready to go for another extraordinary season of football.


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