Netball New Zealand is delighted to announce that Cadbury has come on board as our Official Volunteer Partner. Cadbury is super passionate about the powerful role that grass roots sports plays in our community and together we want to ensure that the future of Netball remains strong. Our partnership is built to recognise, reward, inspire and recruit new volunteers to our sport by shining a light on those netball volunteer champions who have helped build and nurture our netball communities and participants.
NNZ have employed a Volunteer Advocacy Coordinator (VAC) to manage the Volunteer Programme, starting with the development of a robust strategy for our Centres. If you would like to get a hold of our VAC, please contact email@example.com
More resources coming, be sure to check back soon
Cadbury Volunteer Awards 2019
Congratulations to our Cadbury Volunteer Awards winners, a very impressive group of volunteers who have positively impacted their Netball communities.
Cadbury Volunteer Coach of the Year – Maylene Meroiti
Cadbury Volunteer Official of the Year – Sonia Kupuri
Cadbury Volunteer Administrator of the Year – Jenny Hickson
Cadbury Youth Volunteer of the Year – Jessica Gill
Cadbury Community Volunteer Champion of the Year – Parengaio Huhu
Read their story here
The winners were hosted and acknowledged at the recent NZ Netball Awards.
Cadbury Volunteer of the Month
Nominations for Cadbury Volunteer of the Month are now closed.
Congratulations to all our nominees and Centre winners, we’ve had so many incredible stories coming through this year! Check out the monthly feature stories on a few of the Centre winners :
June Story – Kate Muggeridge
July Story – Marty Holmes
August Story – Marissa Grant
September Story – Jane Bendall
Thank-you to all our nominators for shinning a light on the Netball volunteer champions in our communities.
Cadbury Volunteer of the Month will return in 2020.
Becoming a Netball Volunteer
Do you want to:
- Support your kids?
- Give something back to the game?
- Contribute to your local community?
- Enhance your work prospects?
- Help others succeed?
- Develop skills such as leadership, communication and teamwork?
- Do something rewarding while spending time with friends?
If the answer is YES to any of the above, becoming a Netball Volunteer could be for you!
What do Netball Volunteers do?
Many volunteers coach, manage or umpire for a Club or School team. Other volunteers are involved in running our sport by working in administrative or governance roles. Others are involved in specific projects or helping out with one-off events or tournaments.