‘You make a living by what you get. You make a life by what you give.’ WS Churchill
In the post 2020 world many people find themselves with more time. WFH? Then you can use that spare commuting hour to invest in your leisure pursuits. Retired? Then utilise those skills you spent a lifetime learning in the workplace. Volunteering in the County even gives you the opportunity to learn new skills. You certainly don’t need to be an elite golfer to be a key part of the organisation. If you can plan and organise, the County needs you!
Often someone who has worked with young people wants to continue that connection. Just because that person isn’t in paid employment doesn’t mean he or she has lost the desire to see youngsters thrive and prosper.
Best of all, ‘working’ in the County organisation is a great way to meet other people who are interested in golf. Whether you are still at work or retired there is always something going on where you can help.
Here is what some of our volunteers say ….
If you’d like to find out more about volunteering, there are several ways you can do this:
Talk to Margaret
If you would like to find out more about volunteering, then Margaret would love to talk to you. Click on the button below and send her an email and she will come back to you to have a chat.
Apply for a role
We currently have some positions for which we need some volunteers, so if you would like to see what you can do click on the button below to find what roles are vacant.
What roles are there?
We have 20 people who help run the Association. We are buidling up a library of job descriptions (not yet complete) which will give you an idea of what is involved and what commitment you might have to make.