6 Results for month: 04/2019

Scoring Goals at School

Last year Gisborne Secondary College year ten students held an inaugural market day to raise funds for charities of their choice.   The Confident Girls Foundation was an obvious pick for netballers Tia, Maddy and Alex.   “We think it’s important to build confidence in girls as this will encourage ... More

Krystal Shoots for Confidence

When you love netball and your mum says you need to help the community – Confident Girls is the answer.   Playing five nights of netball a week, Krystal decided the best way to get involved was to join the Confident Girls Give for a Goal fundraiser that ran June last year.   As a shooter for the ... More

Abbey Gives for a Goal

Abbey and her mum, Meredith, first heard about Give for a Goal in 2018’s round one double-header.   “She knew straight away that she wanted to raise money,” says Meredith, “she wanted to make that all girls have the opportunity to be as happy as she is playing netball”.   Abbey is ten ... More

Daughters raised with Confidence

Fathers of Girls started after a group of Queensland dads recognised the important role they played in growing daughters into confident women.   in partnership with fund raising activities, which is why they started Fathers of Girls.   The group works together to promote the importance of being a ... More

Tess Finds Community in Competition

For Tess, joining the Give for a Goal fundraising last year was a no brainer. She knew that if her social team committed to spreading the word, then support would follow. So Tess sent an email out to her division at the beginning of the season and kept her fingers crossed.   The response was unexpected. Playing ... More

Lahni Keeps Kicking Goals

We think every positon on the court is important, which is why you don’t need to be a shooter in order to participate in Give for a Goal!   This is Lahni, she’s 16 and plays for Souths Leagues Club in Newcastle, a graded team filled with rep and ex-rep players. Every week, during season, she hits the courts ... More