LGIAsuper Community Hub is a dedicated space for community organisations at home games at 1300SMILES Stadium.
Use of the LGIAsuper Community Hub is offered at no cost to the participating not-for-profit organisations, in close proximity to a main thoroughfare.
LGIAsuper Community Hub reflects the Cowboys’ and LGIAsuper's commitment to assist charities and community organisations to build their profile and generate interest and support.
Twelve organisations are offered the space at a Cowboys home game each season to raise awareness for their cause.
Each of the selected not-for-profit organisations have a charter to contribute to and benefit the North Queensland community and operate through the contribution of volunteers, fundraising efforts and some government assistance.
|HG1 v Raiders:||Townsville PCYC|
|HG2 v Sea Eagles:||headspace
Mental Illness Fellowship North Queensland (MIFNQ)
|HG3 v Rabbitohs:||Foodbank|
|HG4 v Tigers:||Men of League|
|HG5 v Knights:||Wilmar|
|HG6 v Eels:||Tackle Domestic Violence campaign:
NQ Women's Legal Service
|HG7 v Titans:||Muscular Dystrophy Queensland|
|HG8 v Panthers:||Dept of Communities, Child Safety & Disability Services:
|HG9 v Warriors:||Breast Cancer Network Australia|
|HG10 v Storm:||Townsville Hospital Foundation|
|HG11 v Sharks:||Townsville City Council CityLibraries|
|HG12 v Broncos:||Golden Octopus Foundation
Childhood Cancer Support
Come on down to LGIAsuper Community Hub tonight to help promote discussion about mental health and the impact of mental illness.
Saturday night's game kicked off another season for the popular LGIAsuper Community Hub, with Townsville PCYC our first visitors for 2017.
Visit LGIAsuper Community Hub tonight to learn more about Ronald McDonald House and get your Cowboys colours on – face painting and hair spray!
Visit LGIAsuper Community Hub to help support Men of League and members of the rugby league community who have fallen on hard times.
Get down to the Hub to learn more about the important role of parents, particularly fathers, in improving their children’s reading ability.
Visit LGIAsuper Community Hub at tonight's home game to learn about and support the critical work of Queensland-based charity Youngcare.
Wilmar Sugar’s “Sam the cane train” joined in the fun at LGIAsuper Community Hub for Cowboys v Knights to highlight cane train safety.
Get down to LGIAsuper Community Hub to learn about Life Education Townsville, say hello to Healthy Harold and purchase your own Harold mascot.
Learn about the CREATE Foundation's work in creating a better life for children and young people in care at the LGIAsuper Community Hub tonight.
Members and fans at tonight's home game are invited to the LGIAsuper Community Hub to learn about the impact of cystic fibrosis and how they can help.