Shared from the 12/20/2018 North Shore Times eEdition

Game to help fund charities


Jack and Tom Rouhan, of Roseville Chase, and Ezra and Zeke Hartnett, of Castle Cove.

LOCAL charities stand to benefit from an outstanding initiative aimed at raising funds through the sale of the first Ku-ring-gai edition of Monopoly.

The limited edition version of the iconic boardgame has raised more than $60,000 since launching in October.

With only 200 Ku-ring-gai Monopoly games left, the project is set to enable substantial donations to Lifeline Harbour to Hawkesbury, KYDS Youth Development Services, the Hornsby Kuring-gai Women’s Shelter and St Lucy’s School.

The project is the brainchild of the Turramurra and Lindfield Community Bank branches of Bendigo Bank and is supported by Ku-ringgai Council, local businesses and residents. Ku-ring-gai Monopoly features places of interest and real estate such as Wahroonga Park, Mona Vale Rd and Echo Point, with Community Chest and Chance cards reflecting the Ku-ring-gai community.

It can be purchased at or at either of the Community Bank branches.

Submitted by Turramurra and Lindfield Community Bank branches

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