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HCF expand partnership with Vixens

HCF Super Netball Mel ACP8547 min
1 year ago

The Melbourne Vixens are pleased to announce the expansion of their partnership with Australia’s largest not-for-profit health fund, HCF, to Premier Partner for the next three years.

An existing partner of Suncorp Super Netball, HCF will continue its support of our game in partnership with the Vixens and as a key partner of Netball Victoria, helping Victorian netballers from grassroots to the elite level to improve their wellness and build strong communities on and off the court.

HCF will work with the Vixens and Netball Victoria to lead the conversation around women’s health, engaging with Victorians of all ages to build awareness and normalise conversations on topics that have a major impact on women and girls, both within the netball community and more broadly across the state.

Netball Victoria CEO Andrea Pearman said the ongoing relationship was a natural fit and welcomed HCF’s commitment to growing the already successful partnership into the future.

“We’re proud to partner with an organisation whose values are strongly aligned with our own, and we look forward to continuing to work together with HCF to elevate the role of women’s sport in our community and support the wellbeing of generations of women and girls across the state.”

HCF CEO Sheena Jack said the partnership was testament to the fund’s ongoing commitment to encouraging Australians to live healthier, more active lives.

“As Australia’s largest not-for-profit health fund, we’re proud to support the dynamic and continued growth of women’s sports,” Ms Jack said.

“We’re really honoured to be working alongside the Vixens to motivate and empower young girls and women to lead healthier lives and to stay active and engaged in sport.”

“Beyond our financial commitment to netball, we’re also focused on working alongside the players and the Victorian community to drive awareness of and support for the health issues that are really important to women.”


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