FORMER Gold Coast Titan Preston Campbell's reconciliation efforts have put him on the cover of the latest White Pages.
Group product manager Peter Barclay said this year's edition would be received on the Coast and in Tweed Heads, Banora Point and Bilambil, and its theme was A Helping Hand The Aussie Way.
"It aims to recognise people who go above and beyond to help others in their communities," Mr Barclay said.
Mr Campbell is also an ambassador for the Titans' Beyond Tomorrow program which encourages Year 12 students to transition to further education or employment.
"I am passionate about the work that I do in the community and empowering young indigenous people to achieve their goals," he said.
"It's not just essential for communities but, on a personal level, it has helped make my transition from playing to retirement so much more enjoyable.
"To be recognised in this way is a surprise - I just hope it doesn't upset any Brisbane Broncos fans that might live on the Gold Coast."
Mr Barclay said the Titan was "selected for his work helping establish the All Stars game".
"(This) has brought the message of reconciliation to football fans across Australia and helped raise funds that support Indigenous youth.
"Preston is a real champion when it comes to giving back to others, which is demonstrated by his strong commitment to community work on the Gold Coast and in his home town of Tingha where he founded Project Preston.
"He has set a fantastic example helping Indigenous youth and we are proud to recognise him on the cover of this year's Gold Coast White Pages."
The book commenced distribution on June 9 and is being delivered to homes and businesses over the next few weeks.