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Trust recruiting more volunteers at event tonight

Information evening gives chance for local people to get involved

6 June 2018

Have you ever wondered whether there was a way to make a difference in the local community? Are you looking to give something back and have some free time? Why not become a volunteer at our Trust and make a difference in the name of Brentford FC

Back in 2010, Brentford FC Community Sports Trust launched its Volunteering Programme. The Volunteer Programme offers participants the chance to work on projects and events that provides them with professional experience of working in a nationally recognised, award-winning Community Sports Trust.

Here are some of the projects that volunteers could be involved with:

  • Schools/Saturday Club Programme
  • Football Development Centre
  • Holiday Camps
  • Disability Programme
  • Mentoring
  • Young Carers
  • Events

People who enquire about our Volunteer Programme are invited to one of our Volunteer Meetings, which are held approximately every four months. These meetings provide potential new Volunteers with an overview of the work that the Trust does and tells them in more depth about many of the projects that we deliver, and how volunteers can help out on these projects.

The next meeting is being held tonight, Wednesday, 6 June. The Griffin Park Learning Zone, inside Griffin Park, will play host to an information evening where details will be given on how to make a difference. The event will run from 6.15pm until 7pm. Full information on the Trust's volunteer programme can be seen here.

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