Be a hero for HeartKids! Get your club involved!

Football Federation SA is delighted to be supporting Heartkids "Super Boss Day" campaign once again. 

Superboss Day is Friday 31 May, and Football Federation SA is calling on clubs to nominate their coaches and volunteers to take part! 

Just imagine, your coach dressed as Batman on the touchline, or Superman running the line. 

This weekend's Senior Men's round is dedicated to the campaign. 

What is Super Boss Day?

Super Boss Day is a fun initiative where bosses, co-workers or anyone can dress as a superhero for a day to raise funds for HeartKids and support children with heart disease and their families.

Bosses can register themselves or we can help you nominate a boss and encourage them to join in the fun.

By raising funds, you get to dress up as your favourite superhero on Super Boss Day!

Be a hero! Sign up today!

It’s a lot of fun, a great way to involve your club, staff and colleagues (even get the principal and teachers involved at your school) and at the same time raise funds for HeartKids.

If you are part of a big corporate or a local business that would like to get involved please contact us on 1800 432 785 and we can help you register today!

Once registered, you will receive your own fundraising page, which you can share with your family and friends, to ask them to support your cause! For more tips & tricks on how you can get started click here.

Take the Super Boss Day Challenge:
 
Register to be a Super Boss and be a real HERO for HeartKids by pledging to raise one of the amounts below to provide life-changing support and programs to children and their families affected by congenital heart disease.

Funds go towards a number of programs, including in-hospital support, family support (in and out of hospital), teen camps, family camps, education days, and peer support programs among other programs.

We are looking to extend our services to areas of mental health awareness and support, bereavement counselling and tailored therapy sessions that assist families throughout the year, guiding them through the trauma and helping them manage the significant social, emotional and physical well-being challenges associated with childhood heart disease.