Our volunteers are such an essential part of the operation of this football club and we are always looking for fresh blood, new ideas, and help from supporters, however large or small.
The Supporters’ Trust is specifically looking for fans to assist Board members in operating the Mega-Container on home match days and to offer support with other Trust or club activities (an example of which can be found below). If you would like or are considering volunteering for the Trust or football club, please do get in touch with us by either popping into the Mega-container or emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This season we also need your support, for not only the men’s, but the women’s team home games at Champion Hill.
The Club and Trust require fans to help distribute posters and flyers that lists all the upcoming home fixtures to local businesses and outside train stations in your neighbourhood. The posters and flyers are available for collection from the clubhouse. If you are able to help us do get in touch and let us know which area you can help to distribute the posters and flyers
- Helping with selling in the Trust shop, basically doing a bit of retail!
- You will be lead by a member of the Board who will handle the till, you will mainly be asked to help with customer queries, getting stock for them etc, or perhaps selling scarves outside the shop to ease congestion inside it.
Saturday (Men’s game) – The shop opens at 2pm, at halftime and at the end of the game.
Sunday (Women’s game) – The shop opens at 1.30pm and at halftime.
- Selling tickets for the Club’s 50/50 raffle (half of the proceeds to the winner, half to the Club).
- You will be coordinated by the lead for this.
- The role involves selling raffle tickets around the ground before the game and up to half time (when the draw is made).
- After you’ve finished selling you will need to count up your cash.
- Selling programmes.
- You will be coordinated by the lead for this, Bill on Saturday.
- You will be responsible for selling programmes in a given “patch” of the ground.
- Programmes usually sell out and you can probably rely on stopping sales shortly after kick-off (once everyone has got through the turnstiles).
For many years, the Trust has played a vital role in supporting Dulwich Hamlet and raising the profile of the club, and we’ve been fortunate to attract volunteers with a diverse range of backgrounds and skills. Everyone has something to contribute – it doesn’t matter where you sit or stand, or how long you’ve been coming to Champion Hill, and if you don’t know anyone on the current board, don’t let that put you off. If you’d like to find out more, we’d love to hear from you.