VSport (Volunteering in Sport) recently concluded its final TPM and closing conference in Kielce, Poland

Representatives from all partner organizations gathered to celebrate our collaborative efforts and the project’s positive impact. Special guests at the conference were Kama Kępczyńska, President of Creativity Works Europe, and Steve Egan Vice President of the same organization. They shared their professional experience and expertise in the field of volunteering through sport and its importance to the personal and professional development of young adults. Additionally, they talked about different opportunities and programs offered by the EU that anyone with an interest in the field can participate in. The conference concluded with an open Q&A session.

VSport focuses on fostering voluntary engagement in sports by encouraging collaborative efforts among participating organizations. The key objectives include promoting volunteering through extra-curricular activities and courses, fostering an innovative approach to volunteering, and encouraging sports clubs to actively engage their members in volunteering initiatives. The aim is to enhance the innovation capacity of sports clubs and related groups while creating awareness and cultivating a volunteering mindset within the sports community.

The resources created by the consortium include: 

Managing Volunteers in Sport – Training Curriculum (a training curriculum for volunteering managers that includes a full 5-day training content)

Managing Volunteers in Sport – Training Curriculum Toolkit (a toolkit with tips and important information to consider when managing and engaging volunteers)

VSport IO1-Desk Research (desk research conducted in 7 countries that includes legislation status and existing tools that support volunteering activities nationally.)

Learn more at: https://www.vsportproject.eu/


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