With the end of financial year nearly upon us, don’t miss your chance to reduce your taxable income while helping grow the game of cricket in South Australia.
While SACA remains optimistic that the worst of the COVID-19 pandemic is now behind us, and the ability for South Australians to play cricket in the community and attend live events at the stunning Adelaide Oval uninhibited now exists, unfortunately the financial impact of the pandemic remains.
Like many other events throughout our community, during the height of pandemic several community cricket programs had to be suspended for reasons beyond SACA’s control, while others had to be cancelled or scaled back due to the financial impact the pandemic had and continues to have on SACA. With the majority of COVID related restrictions now largely lifted, a strong expectation exists to ensure the opportunities South Australian’s enjoyed, and which were provided by SACA pre-COVID, will be available to enjoy post-COVID.
Members and supporters of the South Australian Cricket Association have been critical to the growth of cricket within this state for the past 150 years, helping SACA to deliver on our shared purpose to promote, develop, and encourage the game of cricket in South Australia.
SACA is committed to making cricket accessible to all, regardless of age, gender, ability, or background and remains dedicated to continuing to provide opportunities for all South Australians.
South Australian cricket needs your support now more than ever.
By contributing to the SACA Community Fund, your donation will:
Keep boys and girls playing cricket in schools and clubs;
Grow the game, from grassroots to First Class;
Repair and renew community facilities such as practice nets, pitches, and clubrooms; and
Create more opportunities to ensure South Australian cricketers can aspire to be the best in the world.
The SACA Community Fund is a registered project with the Australian Sports Foundation so that all donations of $2 or more are tax deductible.