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Christmas Donation by SS&A staff

‘Tis the season of giving and the staff at SS&A Albury have ensured that it will be a much happier Christmas for many of those in need. It may seem like an ordinary ute, but on the 23 December, it’s rivalling Santa’s sleigh as it delivers 89 presents to YES Youth & Family Services in Albury, where the gifts will be distributed to families who are doing it tough this Christmas. The presents include a range of toys for boys and girls of all ages, as well as some special hampers for parents. The gifts represent over a thousand dollars in donations and were contributed directly to the appeal by SS&A staff, as well as a generous contribution from the SS&A Board of Directors. (more…)
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Maddie Riewoldt’s Vision Fundraiser

On Saturday 11th March, SS&A Albury will host a fundraiser for Maddie Riewoldt’s Vision. All proceeds raised on the evening will go to Maddie Riewoldt’s Vision, a charitable organisation that raises funds to #fightlikemaddie and find new treatments for Bone Marrow Failure, with the aim to find a cure for the syndromes that affect younger Australians each year. The fundraiser will tie in with the JLT Community Series where St Kilda and Sydney Swans face off in a practice game at Lavington Sports Ground on Sunday 12th March. The match will not only see current players from St Kilda and Sydney Swans team in the region but also legions of devoted AFL fans creating the perfect opportunity to gather and raise funds for Maddie Riewoldt’s Vision. (more…)
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Bluearth Active School Program

SS&A Albury has committed $10,000 a year for three years to Bluearth Active School Program, a national registered charity that works with schools to make a difference in the lives of Aussie kids. The Bluearth Active School Program involves development programs for teachers and students that encourage self-awareness, self-confidence and self-responsibility through physical activity. The program for students encompasses coordination and movement through participation, rather than competition. Students learn skills and building blocks designed to enhance resilience and well-being. Programs can also be used to develop the social and emotional skills of students, with a focus on leadership and peer support. (more…)
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ClubGrants Guidelines and Funding

Applicants should read the guidelines to determine whether they are eligible for funding. There are two funding categories under the Scheme: Category 1 Expenditure on specific community welfare and social services, community development, community health services and employment assistance activities Category 2 Expenditure on other community development and support services For further information on the ClubGrants Initiative and how to apply for funding, please go to the Clubs NSW Website: www.clubsnsw.com.au/clubgrants
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