Be A SWFJGA Volunteer

Our junior golfers need your help.

Individual Volunteers

 SWFJGA Volunteers are typically player parents and other family members, but we’re always looking for volunteers that are passionate about helping young people succeed. By contributing your time and talent, you can directly help impact the lives of young people.

Business Volunteers

As a business operating in Southwest Florida, we understand there are many deserving organizations seeking your hard earned discretionary dollars as a donation. If there was an organization that reached local young children and teenagers who encourages lifelong character building blocks and teaches a game that will last a lifetime, could you consider a donation of either time, treasurer, or talent to our junior golf program?

Where you can help

You Time — Mold, guide and help our young golfers
Monetary Donations — Designated to scholarships and/or annual operating cost
Equipment Donations — New or used for junior players
Sponsorships — Annual banquet for the junior players, specific golf tournaments
Business Gift Certificates — Food, entertainment, merchandise
Local PGA Club Professionals — Refer your junior players to our programs

How To Get Involved

Step 1: Fill out our Volunteer Application or Contact our Scholarship Director

For individual volunteers, the first step in volunteering for the Southwest Florida Junior Golf Association is to fill out our volunteer application. For businesses interested in sponsoring the SWFJGA, please contact Todd Rinehart, our Scholarship Director.

Volunteer Application

Scholarship Director

Step 2: Submit the Volunteer Application

Once your volunteer application has been submitted the SWFJGA will review the application and contact you should we require additional information and next steps.

Step 3: Screening and Training

The SWFJGA will conduct a screening process that may include an interview about your skills and interests, a criminal background check and character references.  You will also receive training about your volunteer role, behavioral expectations and child protection.

Step 4: Volunteer Assignment

Following the screening and training process, new volunteers will officially be a part of the SWFJGA volunteer family. Volunteer assignments vary, and are often event-specific. Questions or concerns about Volunteering for the SWFJGA or the volunteer process?

Contact SWFJGA