Do you need support recruiting volunteers and trustees for your organisation? Or maybe you are looking to setting up a new project, or looking for fresh ideas, look no further, we are here to help.
At our free support sessions, at a time and date to suit you, we will provide general guidance on best practice in volunteer recruitment and management, as well as advice tailored to your charity, community group or social enterprise. We will also signpost you to other resources and organisations which could help and, if appropriate, introduce you to other local organisations.
Following your Support Session, you will receive a list of the resources discussed to help you get started. We will also agree a date to follow up if necessary to review your progress and give further support if needed.
Who should attend?
These sessions are tailored specifically for volunteer-involving organisations delivering services in Buckinghamshire, not-for profit groups wanting to start involving volunteering as well as for people looking to set up new charities, community groups or social enterprises.
Your adviser will be Lew Headley, VCSE and Community Development Officer at Community Impact Bucks. Lew’s background is working with children and families and mentoring young people. He has experience in training volunteers, recruiting broads of trustees, and setting up small community projects, and supporting volunteers.
Booking your place
Please complete our simple request for support form to arrange your session at a convenient time and date. Your session can be held over the phone, but you may find it more beneficial to access the service online via Zoom if possible.
- “Community Impact Bucks is an organisation which provides very good knowledgeable advice across a great range of fields. For me it has been all about volunteering and the support I’ve got on that has been brilliant: Community Impact Bucks is my go-to place for advice on volunteering.”
- For volunteering guidance and top tips for charities and community groups, visit our We need volunteers webpages.