In this Month's edition of One Month at a Time, Mark reflects on the the many benefits sport has on the community. Unfortunately however, financially disadvantaged families often do not have the opportunity to participate in organised sport due to the high costs of registration, uniforms and equipment. Vicsport is calling on the Government to fund a club membership subsidy scheme.
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