Hub helps tackle domestic violence

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At the Cowboys versus Broncos game on Friday 20 May, the LGIAsuper Community Hub showed support for the Cowboys’ Domestic and Family Violence Prevention month by hosting four leading not-for-profit organisations to help raise awareness of domestic violence.

The stadium was filled to capacity with fans ready to celebrate Johnathan Thurston’s 250th game, which was the perfect opportunity for our volunteers to speak to the Townsville community.

We are proud to have partnered with Relationships Australia who provides counselling and support services to all individuals, families and communities and Zonta International who work to achieve worldwide gender equality.

The Hub also teamed up with the North Queensland Women’s Legal Services (NQWLS) and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Women’s Legal Service (ATSIWLS) who offer free legal advice and information to women in the region.

Friday night was a success for the not-for-profit organisations at the Hub, as well as the Cowboys, who claimed another victory and kept their home game winning streak with a final score of 19-18.

A big thank you to everyone who signed up to the Howdy Club and our faithful return members who we look forward to seeing whenever the Cowboys play at home!

LGIAsuper is at the Community Hub near the Western Gate each home game. We hope to see you all on the 4th of June when the Cowboys take on the Knights!

First published:

May
25

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