42% of local sports clubs
don’t have enough volunteers^

To help out, Cadbury is on a mission to increase volunteer numbers to help preserve the future of sport in Australia. And we need your help. Either find a local sports club that needs your support or share with your local club to register.

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LEADER

adam
goodes

Football royalty, Adam Goodes is the true embodiment of a leader. This was on full display during his team's glorious 2012 premiership win. Playing through a torn knee ligament, Adam fought through the pain and stood up when it counted for his team, kicking a much needed goal in the dying minutes of the match.

TEAM SPIRIT

Matildas

During the 2020 Olympics, The Matildas decided to make one small change when walking on the field in the ultimate act of team spirit. Usually, competing teams would pose with their nation's flag to show their pride for country. Instead, the Matildas decided to represent the Aboriginal flag.

COURAGE

Sam
Bloom

Sam Bloom is one of Australia’s most accomplished surfers. After falling from a balcony, Sam tragically shattered her spine, leaving her paralysed from the chest down. A testament to how far courage can take you, Sam rehabilitated herself and went on to become a 2x world and Australian para surfing champion, inspiring all Australians to never give up.

ADAM GOODES
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INSPIRATION

Ash
Barty

When Ash Barty first started her professional tennis career at the age of 16, she donated her international tournament trophies to her junior tennis club. Ash didn’t need the individual accolades and preferred to share her success with the next generation of Australian tennis champions. Inspiring them to win trophies of their own.

Respect

daisy
pearce

Daisy Pearce is one of the most respected pioneers of women’s football. Along with being an exceptional captain and expert commentator, Daisy is a mum to twins and the first active player to return to top level women’s football post pregnancy, paving the way for for other women to do the same.

Mate

cedric
dubleR

Running alongside a fellow Aussie in the last event of the 2020 olympic decathlon, Cedric Dubler realised his teammate needed help in the closing stages of the 1500m, to stay in touch with the runners ahead and secure enough points for a bronze medal. Cedric, knowing that he himself couldn’t place, instead decided to cheer on his mate, willing him to a bronze medal.

DAISY PEARCE
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Purpose

wallabies

As the first Australian rugby team left for the UK in 1908, the British press nicknamed them ‘The Rabbits’. The men gave themselves a different name, ‘The Wallabies’ – for their purpose would be to never take a backward step. They defeated England 9-3 and The Wallabies legacy was forged and preserved by all who wore the iconic gold jersey.

Sportsmanship

simon
clarke

Simon Clarke is one of Australia’s greatest cyclists and sportsmen. In 2015, Clarke was behind a fellow Aussie competing in the final stretch of a road race when he noticed their tyre was punctured. Even though they were on different teams, Clarke rushed to his countryman’s aid, giving him his own spare wheel to help him finish the race.

LEGEND

MARK
TAYLOR

Australian cricket legend Mark Taylor ended the 2nd day of a 5-day test against Pakistani with 334 runs not out, tying with the great Don Bradman’s Australian record. Leading Pakistan before the third day, Mark decided to declare alongside don’s record, instead of surpassing him, showing respect to the all-time great of the game.

Cheer & a half

personaliSED
pack

Let's celebrate the inspiring moments of generosity within our community, on and off the field with a cheer and a half.

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^(2021): impact of covid-19 on community sport, survey report september 2021 update, Australian sports Foundation

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