Welcome to the Volunteering section, here you will find information on the Regional Goalden Globe Volunteer Awards and how to get involved in Netball volunteering.
Netball relies on volunteers to help in all areas of the game. Volunteering is a rewarding experience, not only benefiting the club or organisation, but also the individual, developing skills for use at college, university or in the workplace. It is also a fantastic way to make new friends, and nothing beats the "feel-good factor" of helping out and giving something to your sport.
There are a number of different ways to get involved in volunteering:
Regional Management Board (RMB) and County Netball Associations (CNA)
The RMB and CNAs are responsible for delivering and facilitating netball both on a regional level, and also and more locally in the counties. Made up of dedicated volunteers, there are a wide variety of roles available, including competition and events, communications, equality, diversity & inclusion. and governance just to name a few. The RMB is also made up of smaller technical support groups and working groups, so there are numerous ways to get involved and give back to the sport. To find out more information on the RMB, click here.
If you're interested in volunteering with the RMB or a CNA, email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The London & South East Region is home to 2 Superleague franchises: London Pulse and Surrey Storm. Each franchise has an active and vibrant volunteer group and are always on the lookout for additional members. To enquire about volunteering for a franchise, head to their website below:
England Netball rely on volunteers to held deliver key events such as international test series, and you can register to volunteer for one-off opportunities here.
For any volunteering enquiries, get in touch at email@example.com