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Horlin-Smith on the cusp

Cats midfielder George Horlin-Smith among the players discussed on Tweet The Coach

3:34pm  Jul 29, 2015

McIntosh announces retirement.

Cats ruckman Hamish McIntosh has called time on his 13-year AFL career

2:35pm  Jul 29, 2015

Fans who boo Goodes are bigots: Scott

Cats coach Chris Scott says the booing of Sydney Swans champion Adam Goodes should stop

2:23pm  Jul 29, 2015

Cats in the Community

 

The Geelong Football Club has always played an important role in  the community and we have a unique opportunity to give back to the community that has given so much to us over 150 years; to contribute to the circle of community wellbeing. 

An AFL club is often in a unique position to ‘make things happen’ in the community. We can open doors, create networks, lead change initiatives, advocate for progress, and leverage partnerships across industries and agencies. It is our vision to be world class in our community strategy as a sports organisation. As highly visible members of the community, the Geelong players, coaches and staff understand their unique public role and aspire to make a positive contribution to the community.  We do this for the greater good of the community in which we belong.

Click here to view the Geelong Cats Community Strategy Plan for 2015.

Click here to download the Healthy Cats Recipe Book.

In 2013 the Club will launch the Deakin Cats Community Centre as part of the new Players Stand.  This state of the art education centre will be the central hub for the Cats in the Community program and will be available for community groups

You have the opportunity to support the Cats in the Community program through our Community Cat program.

Foundation Programs

Home of the Cats tours

Cats don't smoke

Community Engagement Programs

Deakin Cats Community Centre

Healthy together Geelong