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September 26, 2014

Newcastle Jets launch Community Program

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The Newcastle Jets have launched the Jet Well Community Program which will be supported by Slater and Gordon Lawyers.Newcastle Jets & Slater and Gordon

The Jets have also confirmed that John Hunter Children’s Hospital will once again be an Official Charity Partner of the club for the upcoming 2014-15 A-League season.

With the support of Slater and Gordon Lawyers, the Newcastle Jets will be able to expand the club’s previous relationship with John Hunter Children’s Hospital to provide more player interactions, tickets, merchandise and once in a lifetime experiences to the children being treated at the hospital and their families.

Robbie Middleby, Newcastle Jets Chief Executive said: “We are delighted to be supporting the John Hunter Children’s Hospital once more this season and extremely pleased to welcome on-board a major national sponsor to help us expand our community work.”

“Slater and Gordon’s support will allow us to brighten the day of more children in both the Hunter and also in Children’s Wards when we travel to some away matches”

“We are also pleased to be able to support the growth of the Slater and Gordon business in the region and will work closely with their offices in Newcastle and the Valley.”


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