People are the most important part of grassroots football clubs. Without the army of dedicated volunteers, in every corner of Wales, junior football simply wouldn't happen.
Here is some information about the key roles for people at your club.
The Volunteer Coordinator role is vital for clubs who want to develop. The role will provide the appropriate focus and attention towards the development of a club's volunteer network to support their activity. There are some great examples of the work Volunteer Coordinators have done across Wales.
Volunteer project group
Setting up a volunteer project group is an important set in the development of your club's workforce as it will provide the required platform for your club to focus energy on how to develop your club's existing volunteers, identify new roles and recruit new volunteers. There are some great examples of project groups that have done great work, across Wales.
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Engaging with parents
Engaging with parents and guardians in a pro-active and positive manner is a vital part of developing your club. The majority of our football workforce are either current or former parents of club players so are the primary source to recruit club volunteers. However, parents and guardians play an important role in supporting your club's activities, events and fundraising. There are some great examples of how clubs have engaged parents and guardians across Wales.CLICK HERE FOR A FULL GUIDE TO KEY CLUB ROLES
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