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RunAClub

RunAClub is a cloud-based, easy to use, administration system for people who run community clubs and groups.

It has all the essential support you need to set up and manage your own community club or network of clubs. Dorset County Council will distribute RunAClub licences free to community groups who would benefit from access to the system, as part of our commitment to building community capacity. Our aim is to support volunteer groups, or small voluntary sector organisations that do not have core infrastructure funding.

About RunAClub

RunAClub is an online management platform allowing you to run your club in the cloud.

It provides the essential tools, guidance and support you need to set up and manage your own club or network of clubs for any activity, any age, any community.

Running a club or group can be complex and hard work. RunAClub makes it much easier, it's platform is designed to take the hassle out of managing your club or group.

Through its online, cloud-based resources, RunAClub can cover all the obstacles:

  • safeguarding
  • quality assurance
  • legal
  • financial
  • technical guidance

as well as helping you manage your:

  • sessions
  • members
  • staff
  • volunteers
  • outcomes
  • outputs
  • data

Please see our information leaflet (pdf, 182kb) (opens in a new window) RunAClub introduction Information (pdf, 86kb) (opens in a new window)  RunAClub Impact document (pdf, 610kb) (opens in a new window) for further information. 

Eligibility

We have a limited number of free licences to offer organisations in Dorset and are limiting access to organisations that:

  • are based in the shire county of Dorset

  • must be not for profit community organisations

  • must show how their activity contributes to the priorities in the Dorset County Council Corporate Plan (opens in a new window)

  • Dorset County Council reserves the right to refuse to issue a license to any group, or to withdraw a licence from any group

How to get a licence

Please email your details to Laura Cornette.

Please note Dorset County Council has committed to providing free licences from 1 May 2016 to 30 April 2017. Depending on the success of the scheme, we may extend the licences for a further two years.

 

 

 

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