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National Volunteer Week ‘Making a World of Difference’ Giveaway

Competition Details

Competition will close on Mon 20-May-19

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We’re celebrating National Volunteer Week this year by recognising the incredible work that our Playgroup NSW volunteers do, every single day. We have training, rewards and resources up for grabs, including:

  • 10 x First Aid training courses for parents and volunteers, delivered at your playgroup*
  • 20 x gift cards to buy resources, run an event, or reward your playgroup
  • 20 x double movie passes for some lucky volunteers to enjoy
  • LEGO and Crayola packs for your playgroup

*Playgroups must be in areas serviced by Red Cross

To be in the running, simply tell us in 50 words – or via a photo – what makes your group GREAT. Funny, heartfelt or completely random – we want to hear about what makes you guys special! Email your response to afenton@playgroupnsw.org.au by May 16 2019. But before you do so, ensure your eligibility by checking that:

  1. All families in your group are PGNSW members (remember, membership is free now!)
  2. We have up to date contact details for you (email any changes to admin@playgroupnsw.org.au)
  3. You have joined our PGNSW Committee Members Facebook group
  4. You have liked the official PGNSW Facebook page

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