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Free promotional materials for events registered in support of National Families Week

Organisations who register an event in support of National Families Week 2020, to be held 15th to 21st May, will receive a selection of promotional materials to assist in celebrating their events, including posters, notepads, balloons, paint sheets and stickers. The materials will be sent to organisations in mid-April to prepare for National Families Week. The aim of the Week is to celebrate the vital role that families play in Australian society and reflect on the critical role that families play in teaching, supporting and nurturing children especially as they grow. Register an event to receive the free promotional materials or find an event near you.

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