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Pass on Your Passion


Brought to you by the England Netball Youth Advisory Group the Pass on your Passion programme aims to recognise the countless number of young volunteers in netball. It aims to provide you with opportunities, ideas and rewards to help you on your leadership and volunteering journey. No matter what your role in netball, we want you to Get Involved and Get Recognised.


If you are aged between 12 – 25, you can be a part of the England Netball Pass on your Passion programme.


You'll get rewards once you've completed 10, 25, 50, 100, 200 and 400 voluntary hours in netball:

  • 10 hours - England Netball water bottle and certificate

  • 25 hours - Squissle and certificate

  • 50 hours - POYP T-shirt and certificate

  • 100 hours - POYP hoody and certificate

  • 200 hours - £50 England Netball course discount and certificate

  • 400 hours - Trophy presented at the annual Goalden Globe Awards and certificate


Not only will you get rewarded for the hours you complete, but just by registering as a member of 'Pass on your Passion' you'll get access to:

  •  FREE Regional Training Days where top coaches and officials will be on hand to pass on their knowledge

  •  E-newsletters to keep you up to date with the latest information and voluntary opportunities

  • Invitations to volunteer at National and International netball events


It's time to share your passion with other young people, so register now and get volunteering!








Youth Advisors are a new voluntary concept aimed at developing netball for young people by gathering as many opinions as possible from young people themselves.


To be a Youth Advisor you must be aged 9-25 years old and be able to spare an hour every month or so to complete tasks. A Youth Advisor will be called upon on average every 6 weeks via email to evaluate and review proposals, ideas, and existing England Netball Programmes.


The Youth Advisors will work closely with the Youth Advisory Group to facilitate the growth of Youth Netball. This might involve gathering opinions from other young people via questionnaires provided, testing a new website game, coaching ideas, rules, suggesting ways to improve safeguarding of young people and much more.


We need your experience and knowledge to make the voice of young people as loud as possible!


To find out more about this exciting opportunity to be involved in the development of Netball for young people please visit the England Netball website:

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