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Primo It Forward

Have you ever heard of 'Pay It Forward'?

Well as you may be aware, we are a bit different here at Primo and I've coined the term 'Primo It Forward'.

But what does that mean exactly? Well each year for Christmas I want to give families in need free internet for a year. I know there are literally hundreds of families out there that need help, I can't help them all but I can sure make a start somewhere.

We are asking for your help to share the message in your networks and nominate a family or families today!

Matthew Harrison
Top Dog

How To Nominate

Now in its 8th year, Primo It Forward is our small way of helping families in need of some assistance.

We recognise that families come in all shapes and sizes and have very different needs. Primo It Forward is aimed at those with children of School or Early Childhood Education age and where providing free internet is going to make a significant difference to their lives.

To be eligible for Primo It Forward a family must have been nominated by a third Party - That's YOU!

A family may be nominated multiple times.

Nominations open on Friday 21 October 2022 and close at 12.00am (midnight) on Friday 4 December 2022 and are made via our online form.

What can you do?

  •  Nominate a family (Nomination form here.)
  •  Share the Primo-It-Forward posts on the Primo Facebook page with your friends
  •  Jump on board with us - maybe you're a kind generous soul who'd like to donate a gift for the families too!

 

Check out the terms and conditions for further information. 

Primo It Forward terms and conditions

 

Thank you for supporting us to support our community


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