Seven Hills RSL Club has always believed in supporting the community that supports us.
Seven Hills RSL is a non-profit organisation that provides support to local sporting clubs, schools, local athletes, charity and other community organisations. In addition to providing a social community hub and raising money for local sports and the community, the Seven Hills Group employs more than 100 people, which also helps boosts the local economy.
We are pleased to say that we have donated $2.48 million to our local community over the past 10 years. Our funding has played a vital role in backing valuable projects for the neighbourhood.
We are proud to give back to the community that we belong to.
Directors deliver toys to the kids at Mt Druitt Hospital for Christmas
December 18, 2019
Club President Barry Wilson and Directors Annie Moore, Bill North, Peter Harrington and Warren Evans played Santa today and delivered all the toys that had been donated to our Christmas Giving Tree to the Children’s Ward at Mt Druitt Hospital. Over the past month, Seven Hills RSL reception staff have been overwhelmed with the fabulous…
Frank turns 90!
May 27, 2019
Charles Frank Bohannan celebrated his 90th Birthday on the 27th of May. He started working for Seven Hills-Toongabbie RSL when he was 54 years young and has now worked for the Club for 36 years! Everyone knows him as Frank. Frank is a kind-hearted, popular staff member at the Club and loves to have a…
Jeans for Genes Day
Friday 2 August 1 in 20 Aussie kids face a birth defect or genetic disease. Kids just want to be kids, but instead of playing sports with their friends or catching butterflies on a sunny day, these kids are getting liver transplants, taking dozens of medications, or getting their next dose of chemotherapy. It shouldn’t be…
Bronte Shield Swimming Carnival
April 2, 2019
Last Sunday the Seven Hills RSL Swimming Club competed in the annual Bronte Shield Swimming Carnival. We did our best representing our mother club, we came third in the ten man relay which is pretty good as there were twelve teams at the carnival. Ray LeGuier got a special mention in the sixty metre race…
Crocodile Cup Snooker Fundraiser
March 26, 2019
On Sunday the 24th of March the Snooker Club held it’s annual Croc Cup snooker doubles fund raising day to raise money for the Westmead Children’s Hospital. We had a fantastic day full of smiling faces and intense concentration. Thank you to all the members of the RSL, Snooker, Fishing, Swimming & Golf Clubs for…
Preschool Water Safety Project Funding in Action
February 26, 2019
Did you know that the Blacktown region has the highest number of non-fatal drownings in the State? That’s why Seven Hills RSL places huge importance on educating our community about Water Safety in partnership with Royal Life Saving Society – Australia. Today, one of our directors, Bill North, was thankful for the opportunity to see the…
Western Metro Swimming Carnival
February 13, 2019
On Sunday the 10th of February the Seven Hills RSL Swimming Club competed in the annual Western Metropolitan Swimming Carnival. They had a great time and swam their hearts out for the RSL, their mother club. Unfortunately they were unsuccessful in taking home any silverware, but the results were so close and they did our Club…
2019 Fishing Club Presentation
The Fishing Club held it’s 2019 annual Presentation Day at Blacktown Bowling Club on Sunday the 10th of February. We held a short monthly meeting followed by an awards ceremony for our 2018 fishing competition. It was a very exciting presentation with our four youngest members cleaning up. There was a prize for each category. 2019…
Free transportation for kids to learn swimming and lifesaving skills
December 6, 2018
Royal Life Saving’s Aquatic Safety Training Academy is now able to provide free transportation to even more schools and community groups to access vital swimming and water safety education thanks to the new addition of a bus with the support of the Seven Hills-Toongabbie RSL. Royal Life Saving NSW CEO Michael Ilinsky says the continued…
October 23, 2018
On 11 November, 1918 the guns in Europe fell silent and the Treaty of Versailles was signed signifying the end of hostilities, the end of World War 1. The 11 November, 2018 is the commemoration of 100 years since the end of World War 1. The 100th Anniversary of the signing of the Armistice is a deserving…