Volunteers’ Week is a chance to celebrate and say thank you for the fantastic contribution millions of volunteers make across the UK – and to promote your volunteer roles! This year marks 35 years since Volunteers’ Week was first celebrated in the UK. It takes place from 1-7th June every year and is an opportunity to celebrate volunteering in all its different forms.
It’s also NCVO’s 100th birthday this year, they have a dedicated website where you can find out more about how to involve your organisation in the celebrations. Download resources including a logo pack, tools to help promote events you might be running, certificates and thank you cards for your volunteers.
Tweet us @CommunityBucks #VolunteersWeek to let us know how you will be thanking your volunteers, or with your volunteer videos/quotes/photos!
How we can help you with your volunteer recruitment and management:
- 4 September: 5 Steps to being Volunteer-ready: A masterclass
Do you need to recruit volunteers, but don’t know where to begin? Have you started to recruit volunteers, but without proper planning? Do you feel it’s time to revisit the way that your organisation tackles volunteer recruitment? If any of this sounds familiar, then this short masterclass is for you! Places are limited, so book today to avoid disappointment.
- 16 May and 11 June: FREE volunteer recruitment and management advice sessions
New to volunteer recruitment – but don’t know where to start? Struggling to recruit volunteers? Want to find out the legal considerations around involving volunteers? Need help retaining volunteers? Free, confidential 45 minute sessions providing information and advice about all aspects of involving volunteers, with follow up email signposting to resources discussed.
- Comprehensive web-based resources
- Direct access to a wide variety of volunteer and Trustee recruitment services
- Live streaming on our website of the latest roles being advertised by our partners Do-it and Reach Volunteering.
Or to just have a chat about your volunteer recruitment and management needs, please contact our Lead for Volunteering, Hazel Finney, on firstname.lastname@example.org or 01844 348842.Back