Every club knows that all projects require commitment and dedication to see them through. They also know that funding for projects is hard earned, often through voluntary contributions from the local community, perhaps partially funded from public funds (e.g. grants from the Department of Arts, Sport and Tourism) or from the FAI. Regardless of the source of the funds it is crucial to ensure that they are well spent and that value for money is achieved.
By following some guidelines for managing projects your club can ensure, regardless of the size of the project, that you have delivered a high quality project, that is good value for money, serves the needs of the club and that is sustainable into the future.
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