AFL Tasmania Grassroots Flood Recovery Appeal

Grassroots Footy Flood Recovery Appeal

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Fundraising Goal: $10,000

make a tax deductible donation

About

In June 2016 the worst flooding in 40 years hit the north and north-west of Tasmania causing devastation and havoc.  A natural disaster was declared and the damage bill is still being calculated.  

Among the casualties were a number of football clubs including Forth , Deloraine and East Launceston Juniors which were inundated and suffered damage to clubrooms, playing facilities and equipment.  From fridges to guernseys, goal post padding to footies, these clubs need your help.

North Melbourne Football Club and AFL Tasmania are collecting donations as part of a joint fundraising initiative to assist and help rebuild the clubs most affected in the disaster.

Donations are tax deductible so please support this vital community fundraising initiative by donating today!

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