$11 million and counting! 


In February 2023, the Cowboys Leagues Club surpassed an incredible milestone of $11 million in donations to the North Queensland community. Beneficiaries have included various charities, not-for-profit organisations, schools, community groups and worthy individuals across the North Queensland region, including remote areas since the Club first opened its doors in 2001.

Chairman of the Cowboys Leagues Club, Mr Daryl Holmes, was extremely proud of the Club’s significant contribution to the community over the years. “Whilst we will always be the official home of the North Queensland Toyota Cowboys, we see ourselves as so much more than just a Leagues Club. We have a firm belief in striving to support the
community that supports us, in any way possible,” Mr Holmes said.

“From charities and not-for-profit organisations to suppliers, local businesses and employees, the Club has a very strong commitment to the North Queensland community and beyond, and this
commitment is an integral part of the Club’s long-term future.”

North Queensland Toyota Cowboys player and Club Ambassador Valentine Holmes was proud to join Mr Holmes in celebrating this significant contribution to the community. “I am extremely proud to be part of a Club that truly gives back to those who support it, and an organisation that plays such a valuable role in North Queensland,” Mr Holmes said.

For General Manager of the Club Clint Williams, these notable highlights illustrate a clear purpose & direction for the Club’s operation. “Ultimately, we are a 100% community owned Club and at the end of the day, everything we do is to give back to the community that support us. I am very proud that all of our staff & management team are passionate about finding new ways to deliver positive outcomes for the North Queensland region & beyond,” Mr Williams stated.

Not only has the Leagues Club made such a significant monetary contribution to the local community, the Club has also pledged to continue reinvesting and supporting the economy & prosperity of the Townsville CBD. In 2023, the Club plans to continue completing various renovations and expansion projects on site.

Chairman Mr Holmes believes that this investment is a sign of the confidence & faith the Club has in Townsville and the CBD. “We are determined to play a part in the ongoing revitalization of the Townsville CBD, and any new additions and renovations at the Club will certainly contribute to the local economy. In turn, by adding facilities and value for our members, it will allow us to continue our support to the North Queensland Cowboys Football Club and the wider North Queensland community.”