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National Volunteer Week

Atherton Basketball Association Inc celebrates all club volunteers!


Atherton Basketball Association Inc. loves volunteers.


National Volunteer Week (NVW) is Australia’s largest annual celebration of volunteering and is celebrated 15 – 21 May 2023. This years theme for National Volunteer Week is The Change Makers.




Volunteers - the backbone to our basketball club


The number of Atherton Basketball Association Inc Tableland Tigers teams is only limited by the number of volunteers and players. Without our many basketball club volunteers, we would not be able to offer this community based club. Being a volunteer based basketball club, we are always keen to welcome new volunteers and are extremely appreciative of your many skills, ideas and valuable time!

How do I volunteer at Atherton basketball? Add a Closing Message

There are numerous ways to volunteer with Atherton Basketball Association Inc.

Coaching

Referee

Score table duty

Courtside set up and pack down

Canteen duty

Become a Committee member

Come along to monthly committee meetings - share ideas and feedback

Become a club sponsor

Fundraising, promotions, marketing, events

You may have a skill we haven't thought of - we'd like to hear from you!

We understand a weekly commitment may not be possible. A volunteer roster is available to schedule times you can commit to.

All club volunteers must have a valid Queensland Blue Card. Atherton Basketball Association Inc are committed to keeping Queensland children safe while attending club games, training and events.

Atherton Basketball Association Inc Far North Queensland is a volunteer-based sporting association. Offering weekly games and on court training for both new and experienced players during Queensland school terms 1, 2 & 3 at Atherton State High School Community Hall, Maunds Street. Wheelchair & walking basketball social competition is an exciting inclusive, accessible addition to our sporting club. New and experienced players most welcome. Able - bodied and adaptive, independent and self sufficient players and referees.

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