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Quarterly evaluation gift voucher
Injury Matters will be evaluating the Stay On Your Feet® program in the future. By providing your contact details on an evaluation form or sign-in sheet at a; community presentation, toolkit presentation or an event funded through the grants program, you are indicating that you are interested in being contacted to complete a telephone interview or online survey within the next 18 months. By providing your contact details you will also go in the draw to win one $50 Coles Group and Myer gift card. To view the gift voucher terms and conditions click here.