Supporting and building communities is a process that is at the very core of the Localvolts concept. To that end, the Localvolts platform has been built to enable community managers to grow and nurture their membership through in-app communication functionality and group membership incentives.
The Localvolts can help your community group in a variety of ways, from raising money, to building connections and strengthening human networks.
Are you building a club or community?
Communities come in all shapes and sizes. Whether you are a club, a charity, a commercial business, or any other type of Organisation, Localvolts can help you to bring people together to achieve better outcomes for everyone.
Talk to us about tangible ways to grow and nurture your community.
Goodstart Early Learning Berowra
Goodstart Early Learning Child Care Centre Berowra is located on the leafy Upper North Shore of Sydney. It is a non-profit centre catering for children aged six weeks to five years.
The funds raised by the Localvolts community program will go towards funding a 5 kW rooftop solar PV system for the childcare centre!
Coonabarabran P&C Association
The Coonabarabran High School is the only high school in Coonabarabran with about 450 students, who attend from the town and surrounding farms.
The funds raised by the Localvolts community program will go towards funding a Youth Worker. The P&C has committed to co-fund this position for 3 years.
Northern Beaches Volleyball Association
The Northern Beaches Volleyball Association (NBVA) was founded over 30 years ago and provides thousands of people the opportunity to play beach volleyball on Sydney’s northern beaches.
The funds raised by the Localvolts community program will be used to support the junior program which helps young beach volleyball players with their coaching, membership, travel and registration costs.
Normanhurst Eagles Football Club
Normanhurst Eagles Football Club is one of the largest football clubs in north west Sydney with over 50 mini, junior and senior teams with more than 600 male and female players.
The funds raised by the Localvolts community program will be used to buy new Mini Goals for the 2020 season.