Northern NSW Football is pleased to announce Jada Johnson as North Coast Football’s Newcastle Permanent Volunteer of the Year for 2021.
Jada has been an integral part of Woolgoolga United for a long time.
She has played first grade, been club registrar and treasurer for six years. She is the first one to put her hand up to do whatever is needed to help the club on and off the field.
“Finding volunteers as enthusiastic and selfless as Jada is the goal for all sporting clubs across Australia,” NNSWF Community Football Manager Ross Hicks said.
“Her contribution has been key in the club’s sustained success and it is satisfying to be able to acknowledge the effort and hard work Jada has provided Woolgoolga United FC over the years.”
Newcastle Permanent Coffs Harbour Branch Lending Manager Erica Farag congratulated Jada on becoming the recipient of the North Coast Football Newcastle Permanent Volunteer of the Year Award.
“Volunteers are the vital backbone to football. Without dedicated volunteers like Jada, community football would not happen every weekend,” Farag said.
“We thank and congratulate Jada for her valuable contribution.”