Want to volunteer?
Sport Makers is an official Sport England London 2012 legacy programme, which will recruit 50,000 people across England to help make sport happen at a local level. To recieve the monthly Surrey volunteering opportunities email, or to find out about how you could get yourself and your friends more active, email email@example.com.
Step into Sport
If you are at a school in Surrey and are volunteering, you can use the Youth Sport Trust's Step into Sport Volunteer Passport to log your hours and get the chance to receive recognition and rewards for your efforts.
If you were previously registered on the Active Surrey Step into Sport programme your hours will have been transferred to the online system and an email sent to you with your log on details.
What you should expect as a volunteer
When you start volunteering you should be given certain information about the opportunity as well as details of certain policies and procedures that are in place to support you as a volunteer. A simple volunteering checklist is available for you to download - use it as a reminder of what your expectations should be as a volunteer and to check if they are supporting you correctly! Download the volunteer checklist.
For quick tips and advice on volunteering and how to develop your skills visit www.runningsports.org.
Running spotrts is funded by Sport England to provide support for volunteers in administration or management roles in sport. From quick online tips and tools, to fun and informative workshops, runningsports will help you get more for yourself, your club / organisation and its members.
Volunteer Centres can help you develop policies/procedures as well as recruit volunteers. Find your nearest Volunteer Centre or call 0842 03 44 111.
Any other questions?
If you have any queries about sports volunteering which are not answered on this site, please feel free to contact:
Lawrie Baker, Community Sports Development Manager (Workforce Lead)
Tel: 01483 518957