FairPlay vouchers are now available for 2021.
The state government programme aimed at assisting families meet the costs of a child joining a sports club.
Families with children aged 5 to 17 years may be eligible for FairPlay and parents or guardians should have a valid health care card or pensioner concession card with the child’s name on it or be identified by a registered referral agent such as a youth worker or child safety officer to be eligible.
Applications close on 17 March 2021 unless vouchers are exhausted prior.
Vouchers should be presented to activity providers by 12 May 2021 and be redeemed by providers by 26 May.
Sport Minister Stirling Hinchliffe says there are many sports and activities to choose from including cricket, tennis, football, basketball, netball, scouts, roller skating, equestrian, calisthenics, canoeing, BMX, cheer-leading and martial arts.
“We have more than 4,500 registered activity providers onboard across the state with a sport or activity to help young Queenslanders get involved in 2021.”
To apply or for more information, visit www.qld.gov.au/fairplayvouchers