AIA Vitality MiniRoos Club Grant

May 19th, 2016

AIA Vitality is proud to support Australian football and the AIA Vitality MiniRoos program.

As proud Naming Rights partner AIA Vitality is giving all Australian MiniRoos Clubs the chance to win a $10,000 cash grant to use wherever it’s needed most.

To enter, simply upload a photo of your AIA Vitality MiniRoos Club and tell us how you would use the $10,000 grant to be in the running to win!

The top ten photos as voted by you will then be named as finalists, and the most original and creative entry will be named the winner by our expert judging panel.

Entries are open now, so upload your photo and get your family, friends and football team voting! Good luck.

AIA Vitality is committed to helping all Australians know and improve their health. To learn more about AIA Vitality and start your journey to better health, click here.

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