West Coast Fever is pleased to announce a new partnership with the Australian Electoral Commission (AEC).
The partnership with the AEC will see the Club work with their young fans to help develop an interest and appreciation for Australia’s democratic process.
Over the coming months, Fever’s players will facilitate 30 sessions, educating students in Year’s 10-12 on how to enrol online, vote and understand the importance of having a say in how government is formed.
“The AEC is thrilled to be working with West Coast Fever on an important initiative to help inform and educate our young Western Australians of the importance of participating in the democratic process,” AEC WA State Manager, Ms Fleur Hill said.
Netball WA CEO Simon Taylor said the Club was proud to partner with the AEC and support an essential message.
“West Coast Fever is excited to become a new voice in motivating and teaching our fans the importance of voting and being involved in Australia’s democratic process,” Taylor said.
“I would like to thank the Australian Electoral Commission for supporting our Club and we look forward to raising awareness on why it’s important to have a say in the direction of our country.”
West Coast Fever will also share video content promoting electoral messages across their social media channels.
Fever is set to return for pre-season in November as they prepare for the 2019 Suncorp Super Netball season.
Click here to register your interest in becoming a Fever member and to learn more about the AEC click here.