Posts tagged with: volunteering in hertfordshire

A Day in the Life of a Volunteer Co-ordinator

May 30th, 2018
By: Anne Taylor
A Day in the Life of a Volunteer Co-ordinator
It is Small Charities Week in June, and it is this month that #TeamHerts Volunteering celebrates the work of Volunteer Managers and Coordinators. Anne Taylor is the Membership Support Co-ordinator for
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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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Think of Volunteers as valued experts

March 27th, 2018
By: Judy Mallinson
Think of Volunteers as valued experts
Never under-estimate the expertise of your volunteers’ contribution, a charity leader has advised at the start of World Health Day, which takes place on 7th April 2018. The CEO of The Counselling
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How to engage employee volunteers in your charity

March 1st, 2018
By: Khalid
How to engage employee volunteers in your charity
An estimated 11 million professional people in the UK are given paid time off to volunteer, which constitutes around a billion pounds’ worth of support available for charities each year.
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Sport and Youth Volunteering: How Special Olympics engages volunteers

February 5th, 2018
By: abby
Sport and Youth Volunteering: How Special Olympics engages volunteers
Special Olympics GB (SOGB) is the largest provider of year-round, all ability, sports programme in Great Britain and supports over 10,000 athletes with intellectual disabilities on a continued basis.
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Give Time. Change a Life. It might even be yours!

January 9th, 2018
By: Claire
Give Time. Change a Life. It might even be yours!
It's great that something as simple as volunteering can change a life. In fact, lives. You can help change the lives of people with serious medical conditions or disabilities. With New Year
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The most important relationship in a charity: The CEO and the Chair

November 30th, 2017
By: abby
The most important relationship in a charity: The CEO and the Chair
Are you an established Chief Executive with an incoming Chair? Are you an established Chair with an incoming Chief Executive? Are you both new together? Have you been working together for some time?
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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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Waste Not Want Not Nurtures Plants and People

August 31st, 2017
By: Hal Fowler
Waste Not Want Not Nurtures Plants and People
Waste Not Want Not Nurturing Plants and PeopleWe are a Community Interest Company plant nursery based in Stevenage and Hatfield. Our chief aim is to provide a safe and friendly environment where a
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Explore outdoors and help improve Hertfordshire's Rights of Way network

July 26th, 2017
By: Countryside Management Services
Explore outdoors and help improve Hertfordshire's Rights of Way network
Do you already enjoy exploring Hertfordshire’s natural environment on a bicycle, horse or by foot? If so there are some great volunteering opportunities that will combine this interest with helping to
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