Brisbane Broncos charity partnership supports Australians with intellectual disability

Brisbane Broncos Endeavour Foundation partnership
03 April 2022

To say Queenslanders are footy fanatics is an understatement! So you can only imagine our reaction when we found out we were one of 12 chosen charity partners of the Brisbane Broncos for the 2022 NRL season. And the people we support to kick goals in life are just as excited!

This partnership gives us the opportunity to continue our mission to make possibilities a reality for people with intellectual disability, and raise awareness about what we do here at Endeavour Foundation.

One of the many perks of being a charity partner is that one of the Brisbane Broncos home games this year will be dedicated to Endeavour Foundation, and supporting people with intellectual disability, and #teampossible will be on the ground selling 50-50 Charity Raffle tickets during game week.

Funds raised from this raffle will go back into our programs to support people with intellectual disability to have meaningful employment opportunities, accessible housing, and provide a pathway to independence.

We’re looking forward to seeing Endeavour Foundation supporters in the stands as the Broncos take on the Sydney Roosters on Friday 8 April at Suncorp Stadium.

Ways you can support

Whether you’re watching from home or from the stadium, there are many ways to get involved and show your support:

  1. Buy 50-50 Charity Raffle tickets by Friday 8 April.

    For every ticket sold, 50% goes to the raffle winner and 50% goes towards supporting people with intellectual disability.

  2. Rally your crew to cheer on the Broncos and ask them to support Endeavour Foundation.

Here’s to some big wins for our new friends the Brisbane Broncos and for #teampossible this year!

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