The 2021 Masters Indigenous Games are expected to be the cultural and sporting event of the summer, highlighting Indigenous achievement from around the world. The Games will feature a mix of traditional and contemporary sports, a spectacular opening Gala, an interactive Cultural Village open to the public, special nightly performances by world re-known, award-winning Indigenous performers, and a Closing Ceremony. The 2021 MIG team is working hard to provide all participants and spectators with a uniquely enriching experience that celebrates and promotes Indigenous cultures and sport. Volunteers play a big role in achieving this. The 2021 MIG 2018 cannot take place without you!
The inaugural 2018 MIG saw more than 300 volunteers support the lead-up, set-up, delivery and take-down of the four-day event, which had more than 6,000 people in attendance. The volunteers were integral to the success of the Games and supported athletes, participants, visitors, and community leaders, with kindness and enthusiasm.
With close to 2,000 athletes expected to attend the 2021 Masters Indigenous Games, the Organizing Committee will be looking to recruit, train and schedule more than 800 volunteers.
If you’re interested in learning more about volunteering for one of the largest Indigenous Masters’ age events in the world, sign up today and be the first to get notified when the volunteer registration system is open. Please note that you must be over the age of 18 to volunteer for the 2021 MIG.