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Starting today, Saturday 4 April, Domestic Violence Crisis Service (DVCS) is launching the Ultimate Home Scavenger Hunt #2.
It’s a great way to keep your children entertained at home, stay connected with family and friends and support DVCS during COVID-19.
DVCS will continue to support those impacted by domestic and family violence within the ACT and surrounding region during this time of uncertainty. In fact, they are preparing for what they anticipate will be a significant increase in client demand.
Registered participants receive a list of eight items to find each morning. All the items are things most people can find in their homes, in their yards or on their balconies.
And if you don’t have a particular item, you are encouraged to reach out to family and friends to see if they have an item. They just need to send you a photo and you can add it to your find for the day.
Once you have all the items, you send your photos in. It’s not about time or who can find everything first.
Instead, each item carries a different amount of points and over the seven days all your items add up to achieve an overall score.
DVCS launched their first Ultimate Home Scavenger Hunt last week and were pleased with the fantastic response.
“We have people from all over Canberra and Australia and even the UK and Greece participating,” says DVCS CEO, Sonia Di Mezza.
“We started this as a way to encourage people to stay connected, support DVCS and give children something to do while not at school. We’re pleased to see so many people engaging with family and friends in their hunt for items and some of the photos we are seeing are quite funny.”
Families can register at any time between now and Thursday 9 April 2020 via the DVCS website.
When: Commencing Saturday 4 April 2020
Cost: $25 per family. Registrations close on Thursday 9 April 2020
Registration: via DVCS website
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