28 August 2013
Give Where You Live is the proud official community partner for the 14th Australian Masters Games. Give Where You Live raises valuable funds and distributes them to over 50 Geelong charities to fund essential programs working to assist those most disadvantaged in the Geelong community.
Give Where You Live’s muched loved community programs includes Riding for the Disabled Barwon Centre, who provide horse riding programs which have therapeutic, developmental and social value for children with disabilities. This year over 55 children from 10 Geelong schools are participating in the program.
Please show your support for this program and many others by making a donation to Give Where You Live or setting up a fundraising page to encourage others to become inolved. Simply visit www.givewhereyoulive.com.au for further information.
Please round off your stay in our great city by helping it out – just a little!
New South Wales netballer Michelle Cremer was the first entrant for the 17th Australian Masters Games and has secured Gold by registering during the Gold entry period.
Enter now and guarantee gold before you get to Adelaide.
Mark your calendars, put a reminder on your phone and spread the word - entries for the 17th Australian Masters Games open at 9am (AEST) on Tuesday 12 February.