New batch of complimentary JUMP vouchers ready for distribution

We have received the latest batch of complimentary $10 JUMP vouchers, thanks to the generosity of Spark employees (through the Spark Give payroll scheme) and the Spark Foundation.  Spark employees in the Spark Give scheme nominate the regions of the country they would like to support and we distribute the vouchers accordingly.

JUMP delivery partners have the discretion to distribute the vouchers as they see fit – the aim being to support families who can benefit the most.

According to our records, a number of partners have not yet distributed all their vouchers from the previous quarter.  This could simply be because the Gsheet records have not been updated, but we are reluctant to issue further vouchers if previous ones have not yet been issued.

So this is a request to all partners who are holding complimentary JUMP vouchers – please make sure your GSheet record is up to date no later than Tuesday 12 February, when we expect to make the next allocation.  All you have to do in the ‘Vouchers’ tab of your GSheet is add the names of the families you allocate vouchers to in column A, and the date and number of vouchers allocated to each family in columns I and J(for the new allocation).  If you have forgotten to keep a record of who you have allocated vouchers to, I suggested you enter “Jump Families”  as the name and the total number allocated to date in column H.  Cell B2 records the total number of vouchers allocated to you and the number unallocated is automatically reported in Cell B1.

Author: Laurence Zwimpfer

I am committed to supporting the development of New Zealand as a digitally included nation, where everyone has equitable opportunities to benefit from the digital world.

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