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Nominations for the 2021 Cadbury Volunteer Awards are now closed as of Sunday 10 October 2021 at midnight.
Netball New Zealand, in partnership with Cadbury, the Official Volunteer Partner, are pleased to be acknowledging the very best of our Community Netball volunteers.
Nominating a volunteer is the perfect way to acknowledge the work that they do and to say thanks. Please help us by nominating your Volunteer Champion so we can celebrate all that they mean to us.
There are five categories a volunteer can be nominated for:
The full ‘Category Descriptions & Judging Criteria’ can be found here.
Nominations for Cadbury Volunteer of the Month are now closed for 2021
Congratulations to our Cadbury Volunteer Awards winners, a very impressive group of volunteers who have positively impacted their Netball communities.
The winners were hosted and acknowledged at the Cadbury Netball Series where the Silver Ferns played the England Roses on Sunday 1 November in Hamilton.
Read more about the winners here.
Three other volunteers were also recognised with ‘highly commended’ awards:
More resources coming, be sure to check back soon
Do you want to:
If the answer is YES to any of the above, come and join the Netball whānau!
Many volunteers coach, manage or umpire for a Club or School Team. There are also lots of volunteers that develop the skills of our coaches and umpires. Other volunteers are involved in running Netball by working in administrative or governance roles. Volunteers can also be part of specific project or helping out with one-off events or tournaments.
Get in touch with your local Netball Centre, Netball Club or School to find out how you can make a difference in your community.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org