PHOTO: Mark with Phyllis Avery, Director of the Hunter Valley Football Board and Sarah White, Operations Manager at Hunter Valley Football
Northern NSW Football is pleased to announce Mark Stewart as Hunter Valley Football’s Newcastle Permanent Volunteer of the Month for April 2016.
Mark was nominated by Dungog Soccer Club for his ongoing commitment and dedication to football over 20 years of service.
“Mark has shown true dedication to Dungog Soccer Club for a significant period of time and the Newcastle Permanent Volunteer of the Month Award is well deserved,” NNSWF Community Football Manager Peter Haynes commented.
“Mark demonstrates the attributes of a model volunteer which have paid dividends with the clubs continued professionalism and growth,” Haynes concluded.
Newcastle Permanent Chief Executive Officer, Terry Millett, congratulates Mark on becoming the recipient of the Newcastle Permanent Volunteer of the Month Award.
“Newcastle Permanent’s Community Football partnership provides opportunities to recognise volunteers who give back so much to their clubs and communities. It is great to see a local being recognised for their ongoing commitment,” Millett said.
Mark will receive a volunteer jacket and bag courtesy of Newcastle Permanent to assist them in continuing to fulfil their valuable role at the club.
About NNSWF’s Community Partnership with Newcastle Permanent:
Newcastle Permanent is the major partner of Community Football across Northern NSW and has partnered with NNSWF since 2008, supporting the High Performance Program and Junior Football Program.
Newcastle Permanent’s investment in football is one of its most important community partnerships and reflects the financial institution’s commitment to supporting the local community.
The Community Partnership with Newcastle Permanent includes recognition programs such as Newcastle Permanent Volunteer of the Month, Newcastle Permanent Community Coach of the Month, Newcastle Permanent Community Club of the Year, training tools for community coaches and volunteers, as well as the distribution of over 9,000 free balls to young players.