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Volunteers are a vital component of the RFL and its members. We hope that people enjoy volunteering with us and feel a full part of our team.

This charter sets out what volunteers can expect from us and outlines our expectations of our volunteers. In adopting this charter the RFL purpose is to encourage best practice in volunteer management, seeking always to develop the quality of volunteering opportunities.

This charter seeks to provide overall guidance and direction to its employees and volunteers and to demonstrate that the RFL recognises its obligations to its volunteers.
It does not seek to establish any form of contract, as volunteering is binding in honour only, and it is not intended to be legally binding.

The RFL is committed to becoming an equal opportunities organisation. It is committed to promoting opportunities and preventing discrimination. This policy applies both to service delivery and to its own employment practices. Volunteers should be willing and able to demonstrate commitment to the RFL’s Equal Opportunity Policy.

Barrow Raiders are a club that owes a lot to its volunteers, and wouldn’t be where it is today if it wasn’t for such marvelous individuals. we urge all fans to volunteer in some capacity whether with Barrow or elsewhere in Rugby League.

If you would like to volunteer in any capacity, please get in touch or use the form here