Cash grants to pursue a dream

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FOR many years, Canberra charity group The Allan Key (previously known as ACTAADS), has offered cash grants to local people or children with a disability to enable them to pursue sporting or recreational interests.  

The Allan Key chairman, Jeff House.
The Allan Key chairman, Jeff House.
“This year’s round of grants are now open and will close on November 30,” says Allan Key chairman Jeff House.

“And this year, for the first time, thanks to the company’s generous support, we are pleased to offer the Millennium Group Grant of up to $1000 aimed at applicants pursuing entrepreneurial interests.”

Applications via the form at allankey.org

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