Learn How to Start a Club With New Free Resource From Wild Apricot Membership Site Software

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Wild Apricot, creator of affordable membership software, has launched a new resource that offers tips for How to Start a Club.

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We understand that individuals forming a new club may be a little overwhelmed or unsure where to start. So we created this 'How to' article as a quick reference resource with tips and ideas to get them started.

Wild Apricot, creator of membership software , has launched a new resource that offers tips for How to Start a Club.

Clubs - whether they are social, sports or recreation oriented - grow out of a shared passion for a common interest. But once a group decides to create a more formal club structure, where do you start? - offers suggestions for the "First 5 Steps" to take in creating a new club.

Jay Moonah, Noisy Apricot and VP of Marketing, notes “we understand that individuals forming a new club may be a little overwhelmed or unsure where to start. So we created this "How to" article as a quick reference resource with tips and ideas to get them started.”

This free online resource includes tips and ideas on how to:

1.    Identify the Club’s Objectives
2.    Determine the Club’s Structure
3.    Define Your Membership
4.    Outline the Financial Structure
5.    Develop Tools for Outreach and Engagement

It also includes additional suggestions and sources of information, for example, on creating a charter; details on tax-exempt status and more.

This new article is the latest addition to Wild Apricot’s Membership Knowledge Hub which offers in-depth articles and guides designed to help small non-profits and membership-based organizations.

About Wild Apricot:

Wild Apricot is web-based software for small associations and non-profits to help manage membership, website, events and other activities.

Contact:

Jay Moonah
Noisy Apricot (VP of Marketing)
jay(at)wildapricot(dot)com ~ [(416) 410-4059 ext. 302

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