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Good Sports online webinar: Attracting and Retaining Volunteers

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Join the Good Sports Team for a two-part series of webinars focusing on attracting and retaining volunteers.

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Good Sports is pleased to present a two-part series of webinars focusing on attracting and retaining volunteers. With community sport paused across the country for the past six months, many volunteers may have become disconnected from clubs. These webinars will focus on how to attract and retain volunteers as community sport restarts for the summer season. A toolkit will be available to support clubs.

  1. Session one (14 October): How to attract members
  2. Session two (22 October): How to retain member

For maximum benefit for you club -it is recommended that you attend both session.


The sessions will cover:

  • Volunteer administration – what does a club need in place?​
  • Creating a family friendly environment where people want to volunteer​
  • Volunteer recruitment strategies​
  • How to attract volunteers​
  • Recruitment volunteer case studies​
  • Volunteer retention strategies​
  • How to retain volunteers – especially parents when kids stop playing ​
  • Managing volunteers during lockdown/no community sport​
  • How to reward and recognise volunteer contributions​
  • Retention volunteer case studies

About the Alcohol and Drug Foundation

The Alcohol and Drug Foundation (ADF) is Australia’s leading drug and alcohol resource organisation. Established in 1959, the ADF today is an independent, non-profit, and evidence-based organisation funded by state and federal governments. Our purpose is to prevent and minimise harm caused by alcohol and other drugs in Australia. Our spectrum of work spans various community organisations and grassroots sports clubs. Our core programs include Good Sports, Drug Action Teams, and Information Services.

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About Good Sports

Good Sports is Australia’s largest and longest running health initiative in community sport. A program of the Alcohol and Drug Foundation, Good Sports aims to build stronger communities by championing positive change and helping to create family-friendly, thriving clubs. Today almost 10,000 clubs are proud to be a part of the Good Sports Team

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