This online webinar is a joint presentation with Grant Professionals who will talk about grants that can fund volunteer recruitment programs

Your club is invited to attend our ONLINE 'Get More Volunteers' workshop Tuesday August 22 at 6:30pm

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Dear Club Leader,

If you’re currently looking to¬†recruit more volunteers and spread the workload for your local sports club, I have great news for you!

For a number of years, I have invested countless hours creating, testing and improving our unique set of¬†powerful volunteer alleviation systems…
 
And now, after working with hundreds of clubs, and supporting community sport as a University Lecturer, Council Officer, and Coach, we have assembled our very best processes into this new Workload Spread Strategy to help you start recruiting enthusiastic volunteers today!
 
I strongly encourage you to take advantage of this unique opportunity, and I look forward to your feedback!
 
–Nat

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Frequently Asked Questions

This volunteer recruitment program is for community sports clubs that rely on volunteers.

It is not designed for professional clubs who only have paid staff.

The program isn’t just a bunch of tips. It gives you the exact process we have used to help clubs just like yours. It draws on a breadth of volunteer recruitment research and Nat’s industry experience as a university lecturer, Council officer, and coach across 27 different sports.

The program is delivered via an online workshop with other clubs just like you. You’ll also get ongoing access to some of our Volunteer Recruitment System tools.

We won’t just give you information – we’ll give you a process. Because when you know the exact steps to follow to get a specific result (eg, more volunteers), it takes out a whole lot of guesswork, trial and error, and frustration.