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What's catching my eye and what's making me animated? Through posts, video animations and even comic strips I'll provide you with my take on volunteering.
I was a guest of David Duke on Friday to a presentation about the Change Centre – an incredible vision and discipline for bringing about change for people who need a home and have lost a lot in their lives...
Today is International Volunteer Day and an opportunity to recognise the global nature of voluntary action.
#iwill is a great volunteer pledge full of possibilities. It’s inspiring and challenging. Before making it you might first say; I'm willing!
This week saw the publication of the SHS research findings of the state of volunteering in Scotland.
The London 2012 Games, and Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games were both phenomenal volunteer successes. Its a real concern from media reports that not all is well with the Rio volunteer programme...
Does the words, adventure, international, fun, learning, friendship, excitement, memories make you feelgood?
This story caught my eye. It takes the subject of litter to a new level, what with a volunteer having a refuse lorry named after him - for services rendered!
Mel Young President of the Homeless World Cup addressed an audience of supporters in the Glasgow City Chambers next to the George Square venue for the 2016 Homeless World Cup.
I like to read News from the US on my iPad and this story from the New York Times caught my eye.
We’re still at a very early stage in coming to terms with the implications of the Brexit vote and the shock of it all.