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Av ricardo rodriguez - 14 augusti 2008 09:54

Whether driving kids to matches or washing the club's shirts, there are many ways you can help.

And it's not just the team and the children that benefit. Volunteering can be a sociable role where you meet new people and learn new skills.

Most sports clubs are run by volunteers and require all kinds of assistance to keep them running smoothly.

You don't even have to be sporty.

Many clubs are eager to recruit volunteers with a range of experience or skills. You may be able to help with:

  • Catering - From pouring half-time drinks to preparing sandwiches for a away match lunch.

  • Transport - Kids need ferrying about. Maybe set up a transport pool so everybody shares the load.

  • Assistant coaching - Equipment might need to be set up. Coaches always need help to run sessions.

  • Administration - Who's available for the next game? You could organise it all by phone or email. Does the team need to register for a league? Maybe you can write the letter.

  • Finance - Has the league subscription fee to a league been paid? Does cash need to be put aside for a special trip? Those with number-crunching skills can help

  • Fundraising - Can you organise sponsorship for the team through your work? Can you run events such as sponsored matches or car boot sales? 
  • So why not volunteer to help out?
  • Find out more from our Volunteer Opportunities with our Coach. 

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