Eight community projects will soon be completed thanks to funding from Queensland Country Credit Union’s Good for Good Community Grants. Community groups across Queensland were invited to apply for a share of $100,000 to fund a particular project, with successful applicants ranging from an emergency helicopter landing pad, to a road safety training track for young cyclists.
So far our partnership with Ronald McDonald Houses has injected $20,001 into the Queensland Chapters. Your contributions will help this grow and support families during times of need. Meet the Looker family and read their story on why the charity is so important for their family.
Queensland Country’s commitment to community initiatives continues with today’s opening of their Queensland Country Good for Good Community Grant applications, which will see over $120,000 awarded to not-for-profit community groups across the state.
So far our partnership with Ronald McDonald House has injected $20,001 in to the Queensland Chapters. Your contributions will help this grow. This partnership supports children like Rani, aged 17, who spent 105 nights at Ronald McDonald House North Queensland after suffering a stroke.
Michael is half way through his second year as an open bull rider and has competed in multiple circuits across the country including the Australian Professional Rodeo Association (APRA). This weekend he will compete for the first time in the Mount Isa Rodeo, of which Queensland Country are proud Major Sponsors.
Ever wondered what it's like to train like one of the North Queensland Toyota Cowboys? We've launched our 2017 'Train LIKE a Cowboy' competition to give our Members and Queenslanders the chance of a lifetime to train with the Cowboys High Performance Team.