QUEENSLAND'S biggest superannuation fund Sunsuper has awarded Toowoomba man Rosman Tulin a $5000 “Dreams for a Better World” grant that will go to a small community school in the Philippines.
The first round of the Sunsuper Dreams competition called upon 130,000 of the Fund’s members to share their dreams to make the world a better place at sunsuperdreams.com.au and then drum up votes of support.
Rosman’s dream to provide school supplies and building work to the Cambalading Elementary School attracted more than 3000 votes from family and friends, most of whom live in Toowoomba.
As one of the top three winners, Rosman will also “star” in a Sunsuper television commercial that will air from this month.
Rosman, who grew up in Cambalading, said the grant would help ensure the school’s future and give the children the education they deserve.
“My Sunsuper “Dream for a better world” was a sustainable education for the students of the Cambalading Elementary School,” he said.
“Thanks to the Sunsuper Dreams competition, the school will receive much needed teaching supplies that will help students get the education they deserve, as well as building works that will ensure their safety, particularly during cyclone season.”
The next round of the Sunsuper Dreams competition opened on Monday and is open to the public at sunsuperdreams.com.au.
The Fund will be awarding a $5000 Sunsuper Dreams grant each month from now until the end of July.
Sunsuper is one of Australia’s fastest growing super funds with more than one million members and $17 billion in funds under administration.