Thanks for your interest! As we support grassroots programs, often people from the communities we’re working in run the programs themselves. This is great because it ensures communities are supporting each other and growing their skills and capacity.
That being said, if we ever do have volunteer opportunities, we send out an email to our subscribers. You can join the mailing list here, and simply click ‘volunteering’ in the interests section.
The Confident Girls Foundation is partnered with the Australian Sports Foundation to allow tax deductible donations. The site charges a small processing fee for payments, which you can choose to cover or not, in your donation.
To make a donation simply head to the Confident Girls Foundation program on their site and click the ‘donate’ button. The site allows once off payments or you can choose to become a regular donor!
We are always grateful to the wide variety of businesses who give their time, money and effort into helping the Confident Girls Foundation.
If your business wants to get involved in fundraising, you can sign up to the Good2Give platform that allows employees to make small, regular donations from pre-tax income through their employer’s payroll system.
To find out more, head to our Good2Give Information Page.
In 2020 we launched an appeal to support those Netball Communities affected by the 2019-2020 Bushfire crisis.
Funds raised will go towards rebuilding infrastructure, covering the cost of registrations and supplying communities with equipment and uniforms.
To donate funds directly to those impacted by this devastating natural disaster, head to our our appeal page.
Provides netball equipment and learning materials for girls in rural and remote communities.
Provides support for the participation of a young girl in a mentoring and leadership program.
Helps a girl to participate in an empowerment program. Uncovering their hidden strengths and equipping them with life skills that will set them up to thrive.
Supports a leadership and confidence initiative, connecting girls with the community and employment opportunities.
Provides female athletes with an intellectual disability the chance to represent their state at a national level.