Donate to pave your legacy

06 Oct 2023

Pave your legacy and support the education journey of NRL Cowboys House students with a tax-deductible donation before 30 November 2023, for your gift to be recognised with a Captains Walk paver at Queensland Country Bank Stadium.


Donations of $1,500 made to the 2023 Captains Walk donations campaign will support the Foundation’s life-changing programs, including NRL Cowboys House, and donors can also leave their legacy with a personalised paver showcasing organisation or family details.

The Cowboys Captains Walk is a feature installation in the external southern stadium precinct and includes pavers acknowledging past and present North Queensland Toyota Cowboys captains, as well as pavers recognising previous donors.

Installation of pavers for this year’s Captains Walk donations campaign is scheduled for mid-March 2024.

Donors will also receive a certificate of appreciation signed by 2023 NRL Cowboys House player ambassadors Reuben Cotter and Tahlulah Tillett thanking them for their contribution.

Cowboys CEO and Cowboys Community Foundation Director Jeff Reibel said this year’s donations appeal builds on the Captains Walk tradition of supporting club and community.

"The Captains Walk recognises the generous contribution of individuals and local businesses to the many facets of our club including elite pathways, our women's game and of course, the club captains," he said.

"We are really proud to now recognise the contribution of our many supporters of the club's charity arm, the Cowboys Community Foundation, through their donation to support our important work in creating education, social and health outcomes.

"The commemorative pavers bring together different aspects of our club as one symbolic pathway to success and we invite our supporters to be part of the next stage.”

Managed by the Cowboys Community Foundation, NRL Cowboys House is a unique, culturally-safe boarding facility, removing distance as a barrier to quality secondary education for Indigenous students from some of Australia's most remote and geographically disadvantaged communities.