Are you tech savvy? Are you wondering how you can get involved with our great club, volunteering but without needing to spend time at the ground? This could be what you are waiting for.
We are in search of someone who can look after our website and Facebook page. The website is very simple to use and posting is a breeze. The committee provide you the information that they need shared online and with a little creative flair, you put together the post and display it for all to see. You’ll also be responsible for updating the page to advise as the whether the grounds are open or closed.
If you think you have what it takes to fill this position or have some questions about the position, please don’t hesitate to make yourself known. You can either message via Facebook or complete the Feedback form on our website: http://belmontfc.com.au/feedback/
Our community club can only run with volunteers. As such, each junior team has been allocated one round in which they are to organise volunteers to assist in the canteen or to cook and serve in the BBQ pit.
We need people to help each week with set up, otherwise the games will not be able to go ahead.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the committee.
Belmont FC has decided this year to get behind the McGrath Foundation and raise money for those estimated 53 people diagnosed with breast cancer each day. We are fundraising for the McGrath Foundation to help place Breast Care Nurses across Australia.
More information will be provided in the coming weeks however for now, be prepared to buy yourself a pair of pink socks so all players and supporters can show our support.
A community club such as ours needs helpers. There are only a small number of people volunteering their time to be on the committee and there are many jobs to do.
Yesterday, not one person outside of the committee volunteered their time to assist in setting up the grounds. That’s 22 goals set up plus cones, flags and poles put out as well as putting up signage, witches hats and ensuring there was paper in the toilets etc.
In the BBQ pit we had just two people spend the whole day providing food for all so a big thank you to Steve Veale and Rohan Nuss for their effort.
There is a lot of work that gets done throughout the day and we really need people putting their hand up and helping out whenever they can. There will be a roster drawn up allocating teams to roles each week but that doesn’t mean other assistance isn’t appreciated.