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Are you Tasmania's first Hawks Hero? 

Be a Hawks Hero and you could fly to Melbourne with your parent or guardian for a special behind the scenes tour of Hawthorn Football Club’s training base at Waverley Park.

This season, Hawthorn Football Club is searching for young Tasmanians with big hearts and creative minds, who strive to be the best and fairest OFF the feild. The Hawks Heroes Award will recognise youth who deliver benefit to the community in a way that reflects Hawthorn’s values.

Some ideas to get your started

  • Organise a fundraiser at your school for a local charity
Organsie a book drive to encourage people to make use of old books

  • Start a Big Brother or Big Sister reading program to help younger kids improve their reading skills
  • Use your footy skills to run a clinic for younger kids

  • Plant a kitchen garden at your school or in your local community to encourage friends to grow and eat nutrituious foods 

How can you take part?

Simply come up with your idea, fill in the form bellow and click submit! 

Make sure you keep track along the way, take photos, videos or write a report and send them to We’ll judge to find the best Hawks Hero 
and send them off to Melbourne!

Hawthorn is committed to supporting local Tasmanian communities and we want you to be too!

The deadline for entries has been extended until the end of November 2016.

Terms and conditions apply 

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