3 out of 3 for Cowboys and Hub charities
While home games in rounds five and seven saw the Cowboys claim solid victories against the Dragons and the Rabbitohs, round eight was a closer call with the Cowboys and the Eels both sitting on 16 points at half time.
Luckily, with the support of the 19,200 strong crowd at 1300SMILES stadium, the Cowboys were triumphant, claiming three out of three victories at the last three home games.
At the Community Hub, LGIAsuper partnered with three charities that took the time out to educate the Hub visitors on the inspiring work they do for children and young people.
Destiny Rescue work undercover to save children and young people caught up in trafficking and prostitution in the red light districts of Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, India, the Philippines and the Dominican Republic.
CREATE Foundation provides programs and services to children and young people in care and advocates for a better child protection system.
And Life Education Queensland provides students across the state with education programs covering health, smoking, drugs, nutrition, exercise and cyber safety.
The LGIAsuper Community Hub plays host to 12 not-for-profit organisations throughout the season to help them raise awareness for their cause and is located on the Western gate side of the stadium.
Thank you to everyone who visited the Hub at these games. It was great to meet all who came to sign up to the Howdy Club and we look forward to seeing you again soon!
If you missed out on signing up to the Howdy Club to receive your free Howdy Hat, don’t worry. We’ll be at the LGIAsuper Community Hub every home game to give out merchandise.
We hope to see you there on Friday 20 May when the Cowboys take on the Broncos.