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$50,000 in sports club grants up for grabs:

Local sporting and community clubs have the chance to add an extra $5,000 to their winter fundraising this year, with entries to the Cenovis Win The Goods Grants competition.
By Motherpedia
Date: June 13 2012
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The grants will help 10 local sporting or community clubs make sure they have the good stuff this year.

Cenovis is urging clubs all around Australia to enter this year’s competition and be in the running to win one of 10, $5,000 grants. Winning clubs can use the grant on anything that will help them get the stuff they need for their club. This could be uniforms, equipment or even another major fundraising event.

Cenovis is asking Australian clubs what they would do with $5,000 and why they deserve it the most. Cenovis knows how much time and effort is put into local clubs and they want to do their part in giving clubs a healthy boost.

To enter – simply visit and register by following the links to the grants promotion.

Once registered, clubs need to get members, friends, families and the local community to vote for their entry online. The website has some great hints and tips to help get communities behind their club and drum up votes.

Smaller clubs need not despair, votes are averaged out by the number of members each club has. This allows smaller clubs every chance to get the good stuff too!

Clubs can enter from 27 May 2012 and must be registered before 1 August 2012. Voting will close 31 August 2012. Any sporting or community club can enter, as long as it provides activities for people under 18 years of age.

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Abigail says: 2012 06 22

That’s great to know - thanks Motherpedia!

Anita says: 2012 06 22

Wonderful advice - you’d have to sell a lot of hot dogs to get that!

Tilly Humphreys says: 2012 07 12

Not to be outdone by their rivals, Manchester City have unveiled their new football kits for the 2012/2013 season, featuring some clever tailoring from Umbro.

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