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Newcastle Permanent Introducer Program

August 14th, 2017
David Parker from Newcastle Permanent presented a cheque for $600 to Matt Wilshire of Alstonville Football Club on the weekend.

Alstonville FC received another $600 recently as part of the fundraising initiative that exists as Newcastle Permanent’s ‘Introducer Program’.

David Parker from the Ballina branch of the Perm presented a cheque to Alstonville FC stalwart Matt Wiltshire who said that the funds will be well utilised to promote opportunities for its 756 members.

For information about the Introducer Program, click here.

Since 2013, 61 cheques, totalling over $36,000 have been distributed to Member Clubs across Northern NSW who are part of the program.

At a time when financial support for community clubs is often difficult to come by, FFNC and NNSWF encourages all clubs to register for the Introducer Program and maximise the opportunity available to your club and it’s members to secure valuable club funds.

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