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Volunteering is one of the most rewarding things you can do
If you want to volunteer overseas, these orgs can help
Speak to someone in you local authority about volunteering
Our philosophy is to promote volunteering opportunities as widely as possible.
Ensuring volunteers have a positive experience is at the heart of what we do.
Just as there's more than one type of volunteer, there is more than one way to grow your volunteering
We’re here to help you understand, monitor and evaluate all aspects of volunteering.
We are always working on developing resources to help you in your work with volunteers.
What are Disclosure Services? What do I need to know?
Disclosure Services supports the voluntary sector with processing disclosure checks.
General query or baffled by the jargon? Call us on 01786 849777
You only need to access the training that you really need for your role
We exist to help you make a difference through volunteering.
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The practice focused paper outlined how we developed a volunteer management model and associated life cycles for use in our training courses
Reforms will allow those with minor criminal convictions to put their past offending behaviour behind them, supporting them to become productive members of society.
Town Centre capital fund available until September 29th!
A short video discussing volunteering.
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It is your responsibility to ensure the person completing the application form is who they say they are by checking their identification.
We recently conducted an evaluation to give you, the customer the opportunity to highlight your views on our services.
Our use of language is important if we are to engage more volunteers, more often.