Thanks to our sponsors

As a charity event we depend on the generosity of sponsors. Their support helps us not only cover the costs of organising the event, but most importantly sponsor contributions allow more of our local youth to benefit through their club/group or through scholarship for Education, sport or recreation.

A massive thanks goes out to our major 2019 sponsors:

Gold sponsor: Inverloch & District Community Bank® Branch of Bendigo Bank

Gold sponsor: Alex Scott & Staff

Gold sponsor: Wonthaggi Medical Group

Silver sponsor:  RACV Inverloch

Bronze: Wonthaggi Club

A word from our sponsors …

Inverloch & District Community Bank ® Branch of Bendigo Bank is a proud supporter of KKOT: “We congratulate all participants and loved seeing your happy and proud faces as you finished. As your local Community Bank (R) Branch of Bendigo Bank, we are fortunate to be able to provide support for community activities, just like KKOT.  In fact, we have given more than $480,000 back to our community since we opened! Please support your great community by banking with Inverloch & District Community Bank (R) Branch of Bendigo Bank.   We look forward to welcoming you into your Inverloch branch soon.”

Alex Scott & Staff – Paul Dunlop: ” Our Company sponsors many sporting clubs throughout South Gippsland and we are always keen to support local family friendly events, particularly those events involving healthy participation for kids and especially knowing that the money raised will be distributed back to local selected charities where it is greatly appreciated and beneficial for the community.”

RACV: “Through the RACV Good Citizen program, we are delighted to provide sponsorship to this worthwhile initiative. The Good Citizen Program has been established by RACV to provide support for programs or projects in the local communities where our facilities are located.  RACV is proud to be a member of the Bass Coast community and we are pleased to be able to support Keeping Kids on Track as a tangible way of contributing to the development of our local community.”

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