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Radio V is the home of Scotland’s volunteers. Here to support, update and entertain. Listen to season 1 now!
Read our Covid-19 related blog posts...
SPORT is a major contributor to Scotland’s health, wellbeing and economy, but a huge proportion of that relies on volunteers and a new report has uncovered concern over where those volunteers will be when sport finally does get moving again.
Matthew Linning, Head of Research at Volunteer Scotland, discusses the implications from the latest research on COVID-19 in Scotland.
As we continue to ease the lockdown restrictions we thought it useful to do a short Round Up of the latest advice pertinent to volunteering in Scotland.
Sport in Scotland is entirely reliant on volunteers. Almost every sports club and organisation is volunteer-led, and many have no-one in the organisation who is paid at all. As researchers, we're keen to find out how sports clubs and volunteers have been impacted by coronavirus (COVID-19).
We’ve conducted 2 polls with Scotland Cares volunteers which ask questions around what's happened since they signed up. Want to know what they've told us?
A few days ago, a visually impaired athlete took her smartphone and streamed an audio described workout on Facebook. The class was followed by lots of other visually impaired people wanting to exercise during lockdown.
We've answered some of your PVG related questions.
Many of us may find ourselves shopping for friends, family or neighbours who are vulnerable or self-isolating. The question is how can we transfer money safely.
Today is Micro Volunteering Day which is on the 15th April each year.
I have to confess that I’ve never been a fan of the original thinking of micro volunteering, however, in the current circumstances I’ve changed my mind!
As we are learning the affects that Covid-19 is having on our communities, services and volunteer programmes. We are still exploring and developing new ways to best manage volunteers and support them.