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Optus Offers Hills District Teenagers the Opportunity to Take Part in a New Inspiration Grants Initiative

Optus Offers Hills District Teenagers the Opportunity to Take Part in a New Inspiration Grants Initiative
Optus Ambassador, Ian Thorpe, encourages teenagers in the Hills District to get inspired, dream big and apply for an Optus Inspiration grant.

Young Hills District locals are being encouraged to turn their dreams into reality as Official Supporter & Broadcaster of the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™, Optus, offers teenagers the opportunity to take part in a nation-wide Inspiration Grants worth $192,000.

To celebrate the 64 matches scheduled to be broadcast live and on demand via Optus Sport, Optus is awarding 64 inspiration grants, each valued at AUD$3000 to recipients located all over the country.  

The grants are open for those aged 13 to 19 in the Hills District to ignite their passion across all disciplines – sports, science, arts, and beyond.

Optus believes inspiration starts with Yes; and with 64 matches to be played live on Optus Sport, there are 64 moments for everyday Aussies to find their inspiration for their grant application. 

Ian Thorpe, Decorated Australian Olympian said “One of my life hacks is not hitting the snooze button, because all you’re really doing is postponing life. Getting up and going as soon as you wake is the way to get things done.

The only way to score is to take the shot! Apply online via www.optus.com.au/grants and tell us in 100 words or less ‘What future goal are you inspired to say yes to, and how would this grant help you achieve this goal?’.

Applications close on 20 August as the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™ comes to an end.

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