About the project

The Confident Girls Foundation aims to provide opportunities for vulnerable girls to thrive through netball. 

Using netball as a delivery tool, we are assisting vulnerable girls and their communities to overcome gender, social and cultural barriers. We want them to recognise that they have the skills and capabilities to achieve their dreams.

By raising and distributing funds to netball community programs around Australia, we are creating opportunities for girls to come together and build confidence, empowerment, leadership, acceptance, and a sense of belonging, transforming confident girls into confident women.
It is fun and easy to be a fundraiser for the Confident Girls foundation, and you can also win some great prizes, including tickets to games and signed Diamonds merchandise. 
Thank you for your support in helping us reach our goal - which will help other girls reach theirs.


  • Katie Lee

    Every girl deserves the chance to be part of a netball team and build her confidence playing this great sport!

  • Noeleen Dix

  • Denise Hackett

  • Margo Harris

    Well done girls for playing netball, and best of luck in Darwin. I am much older than you, but even now, I remember the thrill of playing. Enjoy!!

  • Julie Sarll

  • Sophie Duggan

  • Geoff Rees

    All the best from the team at JRT Partnership!

  • Sally Zacher

    The Lock Netball Club had a girls night in and raised $250 for Confident Girls Foundation.

  • Noeleen Dix

    Merry Christmas

  • Noeleen Dix

  • Ginninderra Netball Club

    Our amazing members contributed almost $400 at our presentation day. GNC is proud to match this amount and continue to support Confident Girls.

  • Matt Batcheldor

    Northern Gold Coast Netball Association wants to congratulate Netball Australia for initiating this great foundation.

  • Jay Crisp Crow - Copywriter

    Funds raised by Ella Crisp and Jay Crisp Crow - Copywriter

  • Martin Grubb

    Go St Johns Netball Club!

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