Queensland Cricket is donating $100 to Foodbank for every six hit during the JLT Cup and Women's National Cricket League, with the Bulls contributing 62 in the recent one-day tournament and the Fire's season to recommence on November 9 against Tasmania. 

Lynn was on hand to present a signed bat to Foodbank Queensland CEO Michael Rose after topping the sixes hit and run-scorers list during the JLT Cup. His thunderous start to the summer secured his spot in Australia's T20 International squad to play Pakistan in the UAE.

Mr Rose thanked Queensland Cricket for their contribution to date and stated how the money raised would assist Queensland families in need. 

"This money will go an enormous way. At Foodbank Queensland we aim to produce 20 times the value of any donation in food and groceries. $6,400 will be turned into food and groceries worth more than $120,000. Imagine how may Queensland families this will help," he said. 

For Lynn, the $100 donation was an added incentive for scoring runs ahead of his return to Australian colours in the UAE.

"Our partnership with Foodbank is pretty special. The difference we can make to the community is unbelievable and the partnership has been a great incentive for scoring runs. 

"The body feels really good. I leave for Dubai on Sunday and I'm hopeful of hitting the ground running as I did in the JLT Cup. This is probably the fittest I have ever been when I've played for Australia, so I'm really confident I can play well and contribute for some wins," he said.