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Sport England volunteering survey – take part to help clubs rebuild and recover

July 6th 2021
Vicky Sartain

Has your sports club or organisation adapted during Covid-19? If so, Sport England would like to hear how, in order to share ideas with other sports groups as part of recovery efforts from the pandemic.

Sport England’s new research project aims to identify innovation in sports volunteering in response to the pandemic. The research will help inform more detailed case studies that may benefit clubs and organisations as they look to rebuild.

Sport England is looking for a broad range of examples, from the smallest changes to the creative and bold – anything that has made a positive difference in your club. All organisations that complete the survey may enter a prize draw to win £200 of sports equipment vouchers.

Archery volunteers, we need you!

Clubs, if your volunteers have demonstrated innovation to get the sport back up and running, please complete the survey. It would be fantastic to showcase our amazing archery volunteers in the Sport England research.

Please click here to start the survey. It should take around 10 minutes to complete.

Findings from the research will be reported later this year.

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