Four Masters issue an appeal for volunteers.
Four Masters Bord na nÓg have made a call out for volunteers to join the clubs fundraising efforts.
As every GAA club in the country knows fundraising is the most difficult of all tasks and the most vital to ensuring that the club can function.
Chairman, Laurence Doherty, commented, “The club is thriving at the minute and the numbers involved throughout underage are at their highest levels.
“Of course with this huge involvement in the club comes increased financial obligations”.
“Four Masters are presently training 18 underage teams across football, hurling and camogie which means the club is responsible for hundreds of children from nursery through to Minor.
Bord na nÓg PRO, Jim McLaughlin, added, “The club strive to ensure that costs to families are kept to a minimum and therefore that requires fundraising initiatives.
” It is vital that we can continue to meet the needs of the local community, so to this end we are creating a fundraising group to specifically work on developing and supporting fundraising within the club.
“We know that there are a wide range of very talented people who support the club and we are asking for them to give us a little of their time and enthusiasm.
“People can give whatever time they can spare”.
Laurence Doherty, concluded, “All of us who recognise the benefits of Gaelic games for our children’s well being have a part to play.
“No part is too great or too small, no one is too young or too old to assist the collective effort”.
Registration for underage and adult members commences on Wednesday 4th February in Tir Conaill Park. For further information please speak with a coach or contact Laurence 087 753 2705.