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Green Flag Awards 2018

August 1st, 2018
By: Rebecca Fatharly
Green Flag Awards 2018
TeamHerts Volunteering had the pleasure in attending and presenting at the Green Flag Award celebration, which was hosted by Dacorum Borough Council. The Mayor of Dacorum, community groups,
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How do you solve a problem like volunteer shortage?

August 1st, 2018
By: Hillary Taylor
How do you solve a problem like volunteer shortage?
Anyone who has been part of a not-for-profit membership organisation will know it’s not like running a business. It may look the same, the need to balance income and expenditure, run the day to day,
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Get to Grips with GDPR

April 30th, 2018
By: Rebecca Fatharly
Get to Grips with GDPR
GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) became law in 2016, so voluntary organisations have had two years to become compliant with the new rules. On 25th May, the law will become enforceable across
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Head Down the Woods for an Employee Volunteering Experience

October 31st, 2017
By: abby
Head Down the Woods for an Employee Volunteering Experience
Within The Walls Garden Project is part of Down the Woods Forest School, where our focus is improving the physical and mental health of children and adults by getting them outdoors. 'Down the Woods'
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CELEBRATING SUCCESS: VOLUNTEERING AT HERTFORD THEATRE

March 28th, 2017
By: Ben Cannell, Hertford Theatre
CELEBRATING SUCCESS: VOLUNTEERING AT HERTFORD THEATRE
CELEBRATING VOLUNTEERS - BEN CANNELL, HERTFORD THEATREThe show must go on- and it does, several times a day…but it wouldn’t without our wonderful team of volunteers.Since 2010 Hertford Theatre has
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Managing young volunteers: A case study from Garden House Hospice

February 28th, 2017
By: Garden House Hospice
Investing in student volunteersVolunteers continue to help support us throughout every department and are crucial to the successful operation of the Hospice. In the past, hospices have restricted the
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