Volleyball WA is excited to announce a new engagement campaign the organisation has developed to help maintain the volleyball community’s connection to the sport.
In light of the ongoing measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) and to help keep West Australians healthy, Volleyball WA is launching the ‘Support Sport. Stay Home.’ Campaign.
Delivered via Volleyball WA’s social and digital media platforms, the campaign aims to keep our community connected and promote good physical and mental health.
Volleyball WA CEO Robyn Kuhl hopes the volleyball community will embrace the campaign so “we can continue to celebrate volleyball in all of its forms.”
“We are committed to keeping our community active and supporting West Australians to stay healthy and connected. Over the next few weeks, Volleyball WA will be releasing low-cost online initiatives and free social media challenges for all to do.” Said Kuhl.
“We have one message for our community, stay home. Like you, we want to be out on the court and on the sand playing volleyball, however, for the time being, we cant. The best way you can support sport is to stay at home and help get COVID-19 under control. If we can do this, then we can help lift the social distancing measures and get back to playing sport.”
How can you get involved?
- Post & Win.
- Every Sunday, we will be releasing a new weekly challenge on our Facebook and Instagram pages. All you have to do is film yourself doing the challenge, post the video with the hashtag #SupportSport and you could win a $100 Rebel Sports Gift Card.
- We will announce at least one winner every Sunday morning.
- Volleyball WA will be holding a range of webinars and online learning options our membership every two weeks. We are excited to launch with a heavily reduced Level 2 Referee Course this Saturday the 4th of April. To attend, pay only $10 now and pay your Volleyball Australia technical membership when you complete your hours. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER.
- Every Friday Volleyball WA will be posting a unique double-feature. The double-feature includes a new online article available on our website and a volleyball themed movie choice for the weekend. Be sure to share it and post your film review in the comments
Volleyball WA will continue to monitor the situation and review all upcoming events and will release updates over the coming weeks and months
If you need more information or have a question, please don’t hesitate to contact the Volleyball WA offices on 08 9228 8522 or via email [email protected].