New Cricket Wicket Mower for King Park 5

New Cricket Wicket Mower for King Park 5

Raised

$1,740.25

Goal

$2,999.00

For over 10 years, the Port Stephens Cricket Club has been purchasing second hand cylinder mowers, or borrowing equipment from other clubs - Raymond Terrace CC and Bowthorne CC - to maintain our ability to prepare cricket wickets. We are longing for a reliable mower that starts every time, and one we don't have to give back every other day. 

Please help us purchase a new cricket wicket mower, which will benefit both juniors and seniors by providing better cricket wickets for matches and practice. Through the club's fundraising partnership with the Australian Sports Foundation, donations to this vital club project are tax deductible. So please show your support by donating today; a contribution of any size will be greatly appreciated.

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The Australian Sports Foundation (ASF) is the only deductible gift recipient for sport in Australia. This means that donations of $2 or more to approved projects on our website are tax deductible. Shortly after making your donation, you'll receive an official receipt from the ASF that you can use in your income tax return. If you have any questions about your donation, please visit https://asf.org.au/faqs

Raised

$1,740.25

Goal

$2,999.00

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Your donation to this project is tax deductible

The Australian Sports Foundation (ASF) is the only deductible gift recipient for sport in Australia. This means that donations of $2 or more to approved projects on our website are tax deductible. Shortly after making your donation, you'll receive an official receipt from the ASF that you can use in your income tax return. If you have any questions about your donation, please visit https://asf.org.au/faqs