When looking for duct tape, spare programs, or an extra hand for tracking stats, the volunteers have it covered. Our volunteers take care of all the behind-the-scenes stuff that makes our league (and our bouts) run smoothly. They’re a multi-tasking, multi-talented force to be reckoned with.
We Need You
Not ready to be a skater or referee? We are always looking for volunteers to help out at bouts and other events.
Amiee “Half Pint O’Rage” Bernard joined New Hampshire Roller Derby in July of 2010, not long after she went into remission from Leukemia. She entered the “fresh meat” training program until she fell ill once again later that year.
During her time with NHRD she volunteered and trained hard to one day get on a team. She was a small lady but was tough-as-nails and her determination and drive to succeed was inspiring to all the other fresh meat – and veterans, too.
At the end of the 2010 season Rage was honored with the “Rosie the Riveter” Award which is given to an empowering woman who exemplifies what women’s roller derby was founded on – femininity, strength, courage, sportsmanship and friendship. Each season a roller girl will be honored with this award in her memory.
Rage lost her battle with leukemia on August 8, 2012. Help NHRD knock out this horrible disease for good. Click below to learn more about this disease and register in the Be the Match® National Bone Marrow Registry.