About Us

About Us

We are a group of passionate fundraising advocates, managers, developers and designers who are committed to providing all registered fundraising groups with a platform that enables their organization to become a competitor in the market place.

We believe in our products and their ability to achieve positive changes for a wide variety of community organisations.

Many of our team members have been sporting coaches, club managers and volunteers in local community organisations. We have experienced the challenges that confront fundraising efforts at the grassroots level and are continually looking for strategies that overcome obstacles and provide positive outcomes for community groups.

 
 

Ambassadors

Graham (Wombat) Eadie / Sports consultant

Graham (Wombat) Eadie has had a passion for rugby league throughout his entire life. Playing in the 1970s for Manly Sea Eagles Rugby League Football Club and later representing NSW and Australia in Rugby League, Graham has enjoyed a successful career. At the end of his career Graham played for the English Club Halifax where he helped the club win the Challenge Cup in 1987.

Achievements and Awards

  • 1974 : Graham won the pretigious Rothmans Medal as Sydney rugby league's best and fairest player. Awarded 'The Golden Boots'.
  • 1987 : Lance Todd Trophy Winner "Challenge Cup" Final Wembley Stadium.
  • 2006 : Selected in Many's Sea Eagles Team of the Century as the No 1 full back.
  • 2008 : NRL Centenary of Rugby League; Named as 1 of the 100 Greatest Players of the last century.
  • 2008 : Rugby League Week; Named as 1 of the Top 30 Greatest Players of the last 30 Years.
  • 2008 : Tribute NRL Grand Final; Clive Churchill Medal for Man of the Match 1976 & 1978

My life has always been involved in and around the game of rugby league. In my latter years I have been concerned about the future survival of rugby league clubs.

With the increasing financial pressure on sporting clubs I find myself constantly in a situation of being asked to help these communities.

These communities are struggling to find funds and are largely run by volunteers. They love their sport and are very passionate about their clubs. They are constantly having to find new ways to keep their clubs afloat.

The Prosperity IQ Fundraising Initiative gives the club a platform to raise additional funds for their club and grow their support base at the same time. I congratulate the team for this new and exciting concept and encourage all clubs to get involved.

Graham Eadie Ambassador