Community Program of the Year
Community Program of the Year Award
The NRL Community Program of the Year Award recognises, celebrates and rewards excellent and innovative community programs which significantly improve outcomes for their community. Each of the nominated programs foster a culture of learning, supporting and sharing of excellent practice.
This year's winner
North Queensland Cowboys with NRL Cowboys House.
Cowboys House recognised for work with Indigenous communities
This year's finalists
Click on the links below to find out more about each of this year's nominated programs. The 2019 NRL Community Program of the Year Award will be announced during the 2019 NRL Finals Series.
- Brisbane Broncos, Beyond the Broncos Girls Academy
- Canberra Raiders, Learning Support Assistants Program
- Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs, Community Minded Kids
- Cronulla Sutherland Sharks, Skillz4Me
- Gold Coast Titans, Deadly Futures
- Newcastle Knights, Kick Off Program
- Parramatta Eels, Wheelchair Rugby League
- Penrith Panthers, Adopt-a-School
- South Sydney Rabbitohs, Deadly Youth Program
- St George Illawarra Dragons, Best You Can Be Program
- Sydney Roosters, Wellbeing Program
- Wests Tigers, Wests Tigers and Kari Indigenous Elite Pathways Camps
- Queensland Rugby League, South Burnett Youth Justice Program
Last year's winner
The Wests Tigers Varying Abilities Program.
NRL Club Community Program of the Year - Varying Abilities Program; Wests Tigers