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WPC Cricket needs your help
Date of Event WPC Cricket Club: Sun Jun 12, 2022 8:58AM

Hello WPC Members and Friends

WPC Cricket has started fundraising to fund the construction of a lit path from the CJ Greenfield main building to the training facility. Currently our members and their family members walk over uneven ground that is not lit. It is a safety concern. We mainly use the training facility at nights and the area people walk over is dark and especially so once they are leaving and the lights on the nets are turned off. We have applied for grant funding for this project in the past and have not been successful. We were hopeful of success with a grant earlier this year, however when the floods occurred that grant opportunity was withdrawn so that the money could be diverted to support clubs that were flood affected. See https://asf.org.au/projects/wolston-park-centenary-cricket-club for more details about the project

Through our fundraising partnership with the Australian Sports Foundation, donations of $2 or more to this campaign are tax deductible. So please show your support by donating today! Your donation will help WPC Cricket construct this much needed pathway. This is very important as it will make participation safer for our members and their families.

We need to raise $27,500 before September 2022 which will fund construction of this much needed facility improvement..

We have partnered with the Australian Sports Foundation, so donations are tax deductible. Would you make a contribution to help us achieve our goals? A donation of any amount would help us get there.

To donate, simply click here https://asf.org.au/donate/cj-greenfield-path-with-lights Every donation counts.

Thank you for your ongoing support and loyalty and if you have any questions about this project or donating please contact me.

Kind Regards, Ellen Ferris, Life Member and Grants Officer


Last updated: Sunday June 12, 2022 8:58AM
Author: Ellen Ferris

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