- What are volunteers?
- What is a GCYS volunteer?
- Why does GCYS need volunteers?
- Who can be a GCYS volunteer?
- What can I contribute to the program?
- What do GCYS volunteers do?
- How do GCYS volunteers help themselves?
- How do I become a GCYS volunteer?
People who give freely of their time and talent to a worthwhile group or cause. A volunteer is someone who believes that people make a difference and is willing to prove it.
What is a GCYS volunteer?
A coach, a referee, a registrar, a fundraiser, a field marker, a publicist, a treasurer many people, all contributing their time and efforts to make GCYS a great program for our soccer-playing kids.
GCYS needs volunteers because people power runs GCYS. Volunteers strengthen GCYS by giving their time and energy, their ideas, and ideals. Volunteers make GCYS happen.
Almost anyone can volunteer. Moms, dads, sisters, brothers, grandparents, even friends. We need women and men, young, middle-aged, and young at heart folks. GCYS wants volunteers who want to help make our soccer program a fun experience for kids. Previous soccer experience is NOT necessary to assist our organization. There are many activities that you can help with that don't require a soccer background at all.
They do what is needed to make the program work.
They coach teams and stuff envelopes.
They referee games and write checks.
They line the fields.
They mow the fields.
They put up goals and take down nets.
They take registrations and raise funds.
They bandage knees and schedule games.
They put up posters and take pictures.
They buy equipment and go to meetings.
They call meetings and run computer programs.
They make decisions and make a difference.
GCYS volunteers gain satisfaction and growth from their experiences. They make new friends. They learn new skills. They develop creativity. They investigate new careers. They enrich their lives.
It s easy. Talk to your child s coach or contact any of the board members. They will be most helpful and happy to find the right job for you.