$100 Sports Voucher for your kids

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15 January, 2019


As the year gets under way the kids will soon be looking to sign up for sports and dance. Uniforms, equipment and fees can sometimes be that expense that is hard to find and kids often miss out.

Make sure you're kids are not missing out on the healthy benefits and friendships of sport and dance.

The SA Government Sports Voucher is available to all primary school children aged from reception to year 7. You can claim one voucher for each eligible child per calendar year and many sporting teams are set up to claim the vouchers directly when paying for sports fees.

All forms of Dance is now included and the SA Government has agreed to continue the program till 2021-2022.

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