Getting Involved at Wanless Tennis
Wanless Tennis is always looking for volunteers to enrich the experience of all club members. Whether it is volunteering your time to assist in social events, or to lead an initiative like a fundraising tournament for the Doug Philpott Inner-City Children’s Tennis Fund, or to become a Board member and help run the ever increasing affairs of the Club, we are always on the lookout for new faces and fresh ideas that are dedicated and committed to making Wanless Tennis a vibrant and healthy part of our community.
Whatever your interest, raise your hand and be part of the Wanless Tennis team of volunteers. Please contact the President to express your interest.
New Opportunities to Volunteer:
- Social Committee. This committee will determine what social events will take place through the 2021 season, and be responsible for their planning, organization, and delivery.
- New Member Welcome Committee. This committee will be responsible for increasing new member engagement by making it easier for new members to be introduced to Wanless Tennis’ offerings and to be “New Member Ambassadors”.
- Junior Member Committee. This committee will be responsible for increasing Junior member engagement by overseeing the Club’s Junior activities and providing Junior members with more opportunities to play tennis.
- Social Media Committee. This committee will be responsible for determining and executing the Club’s strategy for all social media including Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.
If you are interested in volunteering for any of our new committees, please submit this form.
The Wanless Tennis Annual General Meeting is held in October each year. At that time, the entire Board is up for election … so this is your chance to become a Board Member and really roll up your sleeves to help in the organization’s day-to-day business. If you have expertise that could be of value, please think of volunteering your time to the Board – finance, communications, tournament and teams, instruction and programming, membership, socials, etc. Take a look at the Board Job Descriptions and think of putting your name forward for one of the Board positions. The experience is well worth it!