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Preston’s Plea to Canberra
Dally M Award winner and Titans 4 Tomorrow Ambassador Preston Campbell is urgently seeking a conversation with the Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Nigel Scullion, fearing the not-for-profit organisation set up in his legacy and the disadvantaged kids it provides for will unnecessarily suffer in the wake of the recent drug allegations concerning the Gold Coast Titans.
Titans 4 Tomorrow’s work extended to Maori and Pacific Islander Youth
For seven years Titans 4 Tomorrow has been instrumental in helping to inspire and empower Indigenous youth throughout QLD and northern NSW. This year, through a partnership with the Queensland Government, the not for profit organisation will stretch its reach to include Maori and Pacific Islanders in need of guidance and opportunity.
Coles back T4T's vision for Indigenous youth
Big name employers are stepping up to help Titans 4 Tomorrow prepare Indigenous youth for the workforce before that crucial school to work transition.
Surat Basin Families embrace T4T's weeklong celebration
Former Gold Coast Titans Coach John Cartwright surprised Titans 4 Tomorrow participants at Chinchilla High we he arrived unexpectedly at their school to present 2014 program certificates.
Sports Carnival spills into the evening attracting huge numbers
A genuine team effort between local police and Titans 4 Tomorrow has seen hundreds of Doomadgee locals turnout for a massive day and night of sport.
Hundreds expected to turnout for first T4T Doomadgee Sports Carnival
The Titans 4 Tomorrow team is headed north to partner with Doomadgee Police in hosting what is shaping to be the largest Sports Carnival to hit the area in years. Hundreds of locals are expected to show up to the PCYC on Friday to participate in mixed touch football, softball, Indigenous games and athletics.
Touching trek leaves T4T participants speechless
It was a far cry from your traditional history lesson, there was no white board, strictly no technology and a traditional custodian who had T4T participants, as young as 13 years old, hanging on his every word.
Healthy Body, Healthy Mind
The Junior YILTA camp was part of the QGC sponsored Cultural Connections program where more than 200 students this year already have attended and benefited from.
T4T Launches Reconciliation Action Plan
Titans 4 Tomorrow (T4T) has formalised its commitment to improving the lives of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people by becoming only the fourth NRL club to produce a Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP).
Preston Campbell's Cameo Rap Performance
Our multi-talented Preston Campbell has yet again pulled a surprise talent out of the bag. The father of three has teamed up with musically talented Titans 4 Tomorrow workmates to write and produce a rap song featuring lyrics dedicated to young Indigenous T4T participants.