North Queensland Cowboys partnership

Our partnership with the North Queensland Cowboys brings two trusted, reliable, strong-performing teams together through shared values, a commitment to good governance and a unique understanding of the needs of local communities.

Partnering with a community institution like the Cowboys is a way for us to acknowledge the pride we have in our state's achievements and provides us with an avenue to engage with the community and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. This partnership allows us to recognise our members for their ongoing loyalty and support including those in North Queensland, where many of our members live and work.

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While local government is our heritage (and an important part of our future), more than half of our members no longer work for local government but choose to stay with us when they change jobs or leave employment. Supporting the North Queensland Cowboys, a team so many people are passionate about, is a cost-effective way for us to engage with current members wherever they work or live.

Helping North Queensland communities

A key benefit of our partnership with the North Queensland Cowboys is the LGIAsuper Community Hub held at each home game in Townsville.

Throughout the 2018 NRL season, LGIAsuper's Community Hub will host 10 charitable or not-for-profit organisations whose sole purpose is to benefit Queensland communities. This initiative gives us the chance to further connect with local communities by helping these organisations raise awareness. So it's a great way for all members to indirectly help communities in need across the state.

Learn more about the LGIAsuper Community Hub

Giving children a brighter future through the Try for 5! program

The Try for 5! program aims to improve school attendance and close the learning gap by offering incentives and rewards to help re-engage students at nine participating schools across North Queensland.

As a proud partner of the Cowboys Try for 5! program, LGIAsuper donates prizes throughout the term to students selected as the winners at each school based on their outstanding attendance and behaviour.

To learn more about LGIAsuper's involvement in the Cowboys Try for 5! program visit the Cowboys Community page.

Founding Friend of the NRL Cowboys House

NRL Cowboys House provides supported accommodation for 50 young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students from remote communities in North-West and Far North Queensland, enabling them to access quality secondary education options in Townsville.

Officially opened in March 2017, the House is a purpose-designed and culturally respectful facility. Managed by the Cowboys Community Foundation, NRL Cowboys House is a joint initiative between the NRL, North Queensland Cowboys, the Queensland Government and the Australian Government.

As a Founding Friend of the House, LGIAsuper is helping to create life-changing education opportunities for some of the most disadvantaged students in the country. To find out more, visit the Cowboys Foundation website.

Michael Morgan as LGIAsuper's Player Ambassador

We are proud to have rising Cowboys star and home-grown hero, Michael Morgan, as our Player Ambassador. Michael's continued growth, solid on and off-field performance and ongoing commitment to the Cowboys embodies everything LGIAsuper aims to achieve for our members. His dedication to the local community and his involvement with charitable organisations also make him the perfect ambassador for LGIAsuper as we broaden our community connections.

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