This Volunteers’ Week focused on thanks, gratitude and recognition. We were overwhelmed by the amount of creative thank yous shared through our website and on social media. Thank you for getting involved, getting creative and recognising Scotland's volunteers - past, present and future.
Across the 7 days, the #VolunteersWeekScot hashtag was used on Twitter by more than two thousand users, reaching 7 million people through more than 21 million timeline deliveries. 400+ posts were shared on Facebook and 200+ on Instagram.
Almost 9 thousand volunteer subscribers were thanked and more than 250 creative thank yous were shared on our website, these included videos, poems, songs, drawings and more.
Below are some of the key stats from this year's campaign
We also want to thank these supporters of #VolunteersWeekScot on Twitter
Active Travel Hub Kilmarnock, ACVO, Argyll & Bute TSI, Befriending Networks, Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland, CVS Falkirk, East Ayrshire Council, Girlguiding Perth & Kinross, Impact Funding Partners, Inchgarth Community Centre, Montrose Community Trust, Raploch Community Partnership, Scotland’s Charity Air Ambulance, SHMU, Stirlingshire Voluntary Enterprise (SVE), The Pennypit Trust, Third Sector Dumfries & Galloway, Voluntary Action East Renfrewshire, Volunteer Glasgow, WDCVS
While Volunteers' Week may be over for another year, please remember to regularly recognise and thank your volunteers for their contribution.