We would like to thank and acknowledge our Paddle for Kids event partners.
As one of Australia’s largest superannuation funds, it is a priority for QSuper to positively influence and advocate for the wellbeing of our members.
We're committed to supporting our members in the hard work they do every day so, when the time comes, they can retire well. That’s why we choose meaningful, sustainable partnerships that improve the overall wellbeing of our members, their families and communities.
Juiced TV is made possible at the Queensland Children’s Hospital with the support of the Children’s Hospital Foundation, and generous donations of the public.
We would like to thank the Children’s Hospital Foundation staff, volunteers and supporters for helping us bring Juiced TV to Queensland’s sick kids over the past five years.
DBQ is the state governing body for dragon boating in Queensland and it was formed to give clubs and paddlers an opportunity to represent their country but has since become much more.
The states governing body currently houses 35 clubs, and a total of 1562 members for 2020 with more clubs forming. Dragon Boat Queensland is a proud partner of Juiced TV's Paddle for Kids