Canoe Wales WSA Membership Testimonial

Canoe Wales CEO, Alistair Dickson, has revealed why the organisation has remained Welsh Sports Association members and how WSA membership has benefitted them:

The organisation was already a member of the WSA when I joined but, from the moment I started, it’s been clear that they’ve really been the voice for the sector through the COVID-19 Pandemic and really helped us establish engagement with Welsh Government as well as support us in a variety of ways – either through governance or business resources.

We’ve used Acorn for recruitment as well as making use of the governance resources and legal support on offer – the latter of which has been especially useful to us, as it has helped in a number of areas.

The WSA not only generates a combined voice for the sector – which has been hugely helpful through the Pandemic – but also offers a network of resources and supportive organisations that help us in a variety of ways as issues and challenges come up.

Alistair concluded by summarising why any ponderous organisations should sign up for membership!

I would definitely recommend the WSA; it’s just a good way of generating a collective voice in challenging times while also leaning on a bank of resources – it’s certainly a useful support for our fairly small National Governing Body.

To find out more about the benefits of WSA membership, click here.

To discover how to become members, click here.

And to hear what other bodies have to say about membership, click here.

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