KidSport online registration update
Clubs can still register for the 2014 KidSport program throughout the year, but this now must be done online. Until such time that they have registered the local governments WILL BE UNABLE to process and KidSport application for the child applying / or pay any Club invoice. Over 1000 clubs have registered in 2014, and while a great number, we encourage more to update their details and register for Clubs Online and the KidSport program.
If you are having access issues (such as remembering username/passwords) please contact Jessica Brimage on (08) 9492 9748 or email email@example.com
KidSport enables Western Australian children to participate in community sport and recreation, no matter their financial circumstances. Eligible youth aged 5–18 years can apply for financial assistance to contribute towards club fees. The fees will go directly to the registered KidSport clubs through their participating local government. While the primary objective of KidSport is to ensure all Western Australian children can participate in sport and recreation clubs, its secondary objective is to engage these children and their families in the community.
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The Department of Sport and Recreation has teamed up with two Perth based companies to launch an exciting new animated advertisement as part of a campaign to promote KidSport in Western Australia.
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