Irish News Club and Volunteer Conference - Sat 29th Oct - Armagh City Hotel
28 September 2011
Irish News Ulster Club & Volunteer
October 29, 2011
9:00 am to 2:00 pm
Booking Form: http://ulster.gaa.ie/wp-content/uploads/2011/07/Club-Conf-2011-Booking-Form.pdf
Enhancing the GAA Community in Challenging
The fifth Irish News Ulster GAA Club & Volunteer Conference will be held
on Saturday 29th October in the Armagh City Hotel. This is Ulster GAA’s flagship
non-games event which is focused at supporting club, volunteer and community
development right across Ulster’s nine Counties. The Ulster Council supports
over 250,000 volunteers working in 580 constituent GAA clubs and approximately
600 constituent educational units across the Province.
The theme of this year’s conference is “Enhancing the GAA Community in
Challenging Times” and it will provide club volunteers with an opportunity to
hear from some of Ulster’s Greatest GAA enthusiasts and will also provide a
platform for club volunteers to air their views.
The conference has undergone a make-over this year to provide club volunteers
with the best-ever package including: conference entry, conference pack,
specially commissioned gift, refreshments throughout the day and a full lunch
for only £15 per delegate.
Clubs are urged to register early with the first 100 paid up registrations
eligible for 5 delegates for the price of 4: That’s a carload of club delegates
Ulster GAA have also shortened the day for delegates with the conference
starting with registration between 8:45am to 9:30am and the closing Key note
Speakers and a lunch at 2pm.
There will be two sets of workshops covering:
Enhancing your Place – Club Planning, Community
Enhancement and Club Maith
Securing Sponsorship, Marketing
and Fundraising in Recessionary Times
CASC, VAT and
keeping the books. Saving by good accounting in the GAA
Recruiting, Retaining, Valuing volunteers at club
For more information or to book places on the conference, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or Tel:
Bernie Fox on (028) 3752 1900.