We would like to thank and acknowledge the following:

January 2022

Striving to achieve gender equity in sport, Sport Australia through their Women Leaders in Sport program has supported the professional development of our media and communications coordinator, Tash Ramsden. Tash was funded $3,350 to complete a Diploma of Social Media Marketing. 

April 2021

​​​​​​​$10,000 towards Club equipment for junior and senior teams from the Federal Government's 'Stronger Communities Program' (Wide Bay).

December 2020

​​​​​​​State Government $60,000 for a new Club House roof under the Works 4 QLD initiative - thanks to Noosa Council for the nomination.

August 2020

​​​​​​​State Government Covid-19 Recovery Fund - $2,000 towards cleaning equipment and $5,000 towards change room configuration for the women's change room.

August 2020

Our new scoreboard in memory of Jack O'Connor is thanks to the O'Connor family and friends and their fundraising efforts through a GoFundMe page.

July 2020

RACQ Foundation provided $5,000 for senior gym equipment as part of its Helping Rebuild QLD communities program.

May 2020

​​​​​​​$1,000 grant from Tewantin-Noosa RSL for a water station. 

April 2020
$35,000 from the QLD Community Gambling Benefit Fund for a new mower.

March 2020
Noosa Council 50% of project cost ($2,500) from the Community Grants Program toward the solar-powered CCTV security system.

February 2020
Part of the Liberal and National Government’s investment in community sports infrastructure, $50,000 was funded by Federal Member for Wide Bay Llew O’Brien for a new shed & gymnasium upgrade.

January 2019​​​​​​​
The Queensland Government provided $7,500 to conduct coaching and first aid accreditation across the club to support rugby and increase participation in sport and recreation activities in Queensland.