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Melbourne Football Club Volunteers

We welcome all supporters the opportunity to become involved as a volunteer

Volunteers assist the Melbourne Football Club in a variety of ways each year:

- Membership sales (on match days)
- Membership outbound phone sales
- Selling raffle tickets
- Match day statistics
- Children’s football clinics
- Club events
- Interstate supporter group functions

Please observe the below registration process for new volunteers

1. Download and read the volunteers deed
2. Read, sign and return the Volunteers Code of Conduct
3. Complete a volunteer availability form
4. Obtain a Working with Children Check (form available at all post offices)
5. Send all completed forms to the contact listed below

Working With Children Check 
All volunteers MUST have a valid Working with children card. Make sure that you click on the volunteer option

Click here to download:
- MFC Volunteers Code of Conduct
- MFC Volunteers Deed Form
- Instructions on how to complete a working with children check form
- AFL Volunteer Recognition Form
- Personal Details Form

Contact Information
If you would like more information about becoming a volunteer, please contact:

Stephanie Breheny

Customer Relations Officer
Melbourne Football Club
PO Box 254, East Melbourne, VIC 8002
T: (03) 9652 1101

Volunteer Recognition

Melbourne Football Club volunteers are recognised annually with certificates of appreciation and are invited to attend an annual ‘thank you’ function

The Gordon Lockhart Volunteers Award commenced in 2003 and is named after one of our Volunteers who worked tirelessly for the Club. 

The following are recipients of the Award since it’s inception.

2003- The Lockhart Family – Julie (Gordon’s wife)and his children Lauren, Beth and James
2004/2005 - Ruth Fleming – general volunteering
Diane Mountney – Volunteers Committee and general volunteering
2006 - Joan Lawson – The Western Demons, Western Australia
2007 - Barry King – Football Department and general volunteering
2008 - Ralph Laurie – Ballarat Demons, Dudley’s Raffle and general volunteering
2009 - Joe Cardamone – Dudley’s Raffle co-ordinator and general volunteering
2010 - Gary Marchant – Volunteers President, Statistician and general volunteering
          - Arthur Wilkinson – Special
2011 - Lorraine Beaman – Cheersquad co-ordinator

2012 - Reverend Cameron Butler
2013 - Mike Anderson and Ralph Crapper - Premium Member room hosts
2014 - Suzanne Considine - Demon Army and General Volunteering
2015 - Kaye Hargreaves - General Volunteer 
2016 - Sophie Galer & Ryan Sinclair 
2017 - Karen Woodroofe 

Interstate Volunteers
Interstate Volunteers often assist in a slightly different capacity to those based in Melbourne. For more information, please click here for a link to contact information for your local supporter group.

Demon Army
Another way to get involved is to become part of our cheer squad, the Demon Army. On match days the Demon Army are located behind the goals in a family friendly environment, adding to the voice and colour of match days. The group also has the responsibility of preparing the weekly run through banner, and representing the club Australia-wide. We are looking for anyone that wishes to get involved to help out. For more information on how to get involved in the Demon Army click here.

Volunteer Recognition
Melbourne Football Club volunteers are recognised annually with certificates of appreciation and are invited to attend an annual ‘thank you’ function.