Volunteering in sport keeps sport running. Without our volunteers, we wouldn't be able to run all the clubs, matches and events that we do. Being a volunteer doesn't just involve coaching and officiating. It can be anything from helping organise and run events, marketing, fund raising, administration and much more!
Volunteering in sport gives the opportunity to:
- Enhance your CV
- Learn new skills
- Meet new people
- Give something back to the community
- Possibly gain employment
The links below will take you to website where you can find out more about volunteering opportunities...
Community Health Champion
Volunteer as a Community Health Champion and help to keep Oadby & Wigston safe.
We want you to be the voice for your community, to share vital information on Covid 19, to help keep your friends, family and community informed, safe and healthy.
By sharing this information, however you like, your friends, family and community can make the best decisions that will protect us all.
If you would like to volunteer to be a Community Health Champion, please complete the application form.
If you would like more information, please contact email@example.com
More information: https://www.activeoadbywigston.org.uk/community-health-champions
Here at Active Oadby & Wigston, we have an exciting new volunteer opportunity to help local residents to build physical activity into their lives in a friendly and supportive way. The role will involve committing to safe, regular weekly walks with local residents who may be isolated and/or inactive due to the pandemic. You will complete a short, informative virtual workshop to assist you, as well as receive regular support from our dedicated volunteer coordinator.
All activity will be provided in line with the latest government guidance around outdoor physical activity.
To apply, please register here: https://myaccount.oadby-wigston.gov.uk/en/service/Volunteer_Role_Application_Form