It takes a special kind of person to volunteer: someone who's in it for the love of sport rather than money.
But if you decide to volunteer, you'll find there are other rewards that have nothing to do with being paid.
There's the excitement of being part of a team, even if you're not on the pitch. There's the chance to change gear from your studies or your normal working week. You'll get to meet new people, make new friends and build skills that you can add to your CV.
And it's a great feeling to know that your efforts have helped a local athlete or team to victory.
Find out now how you can offer your spare time to a sports project in Westminster.
If you’re over 16 and interested in becoming a coach, referee, administrator or instructor you can receive support from Westminster Sports Unit to find a role that matches your skills and interests. You can also get help with funding for training courses and Criminal Records Bureau Checks. Your travel costs will be paid.
As well as sports opportunities, One Westminster can advise you on all kinds of volunteering in your community.
Many sports clubs across Westminster are run by volunteers, so there are loads of opportunities to stay healthy while helping others love sport as much as you do.
Primary schools are being encouraged to create sports organising crews. Participants are trained over 6 weeks to then help with extra curricular activities. Contact the Westminster Sports Unit to find out more.