Your most important assets are your volunteers and if they are happy, there is a good chance they will be productive. By taking care of your volunteers, they will take care of your members and will ensure they receive quality experiences everytime. Having a team of passionate and loyal volunteers can bring hundreds of people to your club through retention, new membership sales and opportunities to grow.
This will help your club develop a sustainable volunteer strategy. Find out more
Read Sport New Zealand's findings to help your club understand the barriers and offer solutions. Find out more
This will help you to truly engage people. Find out more
Getting your current members on board will reduce recruitment time and costs. Download a volunteer seminar sheet. Click here
Highlight the benefits of each role by using a volunteer recruitment poster. Download a volunteer recruitment poster. Click here
Some other ways to recruit volunteers includes: advertising in local newspaper, online registration forms and asking face-to-face or over the phone.
These documents will help your club induct volunteers and provide the necessary information to get them settled, such as:
Give your people knowledge and skills to help your club run smoother.
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Some other ways to say recognise your volunteers includes: saying thanks, reduced membership fees, giving clothing or vouchers, hosting a party and posting details on the club wall / online.
Have them to comment on their role(s) using a volunteer feedback form. Download a volunteer feedback form. Click here
Should a volunteer leave, make sure that the incoming person to the role is provided with all the necessary information and resources to easily take over the role.