What is RunAClub?
RunAClub is an organisation with a social purpose. We believe everyone should benefit from regular access to a range of sustainable, effective and well-run clubs, groups, projects and events.
RunAClub is a club management platform for individual, or networks of, clubs and groups.
When you’re a volunteer running a club, you often don’t have much time to spare and you want to pour your energy into the club and its members. It is really important to me to have a system that I can rely on to provide me with information simply and quickly and that aids me rather than distracts me from running my club. RunAClub has certainly provided that.
Marc Balkham, Founder
Using RunAClub means our Thursday football runs smoothly. Recently our key organiser was injured and has been unable to play, but because RunAClub records all our members, it allows us to communicate with our members for their availability and record their subs.
John Clark, Thursday Footy Club Organiser
Thursday Footy Club
We are very excited to be able to offer RunAClub as a solution to some of our clubs: it will enable us to support more of our members than we are able to at the moment and we know that they are in good hands and are receiving additional support from the RunAClub team, especially if they haven’t got everything they need from a management and governance point of view – and also if they are at an early stage of their journey as a club.
Kathryn Berry, Head of SPORTED Network Services
Helping You Succeed
RunAClub takes the hassle out of running a club; with 7 day a week online support, safeguarding tools and a Quality Assured library of policies, templates and information.
Maximise Your Impact
Keep your club, group or team sustainable; record and register members, plan and evaluate sessions, store your important documents and share the load with unlimited staff and volunteer.
Measure your impact; track attendance, gather case study materials, evidence outcomes and outputs. Monitor data trends to support management, strategic planning, funding bids and service developments.
A Shared Goal
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Top Tip: Getting your members to help develop behaviour codes & enforcing their application could be part of practical club session. #volsec
Top Tip: Involve your club members in developing the behaviour code. What do they expect from members? From others visiting the club?#volsec
Top Tip: Include/display a copy of the relevant behaviour codes & rules in induction packs, club noticeboards, newsletter & website. #volsec
Top Tip: Send the minutes to the Chair/Club Leader to check& approve. Then be sent out to everyone else to read before next meeting. #volsec
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