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Starting a Volunteer Programme

What to think about when preparing to introduce a new volunteer programme

Volunteering Tue, 12/20/2016
Our Pledge Poster

An editable poster for your group or organisation to promote your Great Weight Debate pledge

Great Weight Debate Wed, 12/21/2016
Conversation Starters

A few ideas of conversation starters if you will be holding discussions, groups or forums on tackling obesity as part of the Great Weight Debate

Great Weight Debate Wed, 12/21/2016
Creating a Volunteer Role

This information sheet explains how to put together a volunteer role description. It includes:

Volunteering Wed, 12/21/2016
Dealing with Problems

In most cases volunteering works well, but occasionally problems can arise. You cannot avoid this completely, but you can take steps to reduce their likelihood, and make handling them less difficult.  This information sheet:

Volunteering Wed, 12/21/2016
Developing Volunteers

This information sheet:

  • Explains why it’s important to think about volunteer development
  • Looks at how to plan this for individual volunteers
  • Offers practical suggestions for forms of development
  • Includes a template volunteer development plan
Volunteering Wed, 12/21/2016
Bexley Compact

The Bexley Compact commits both the statutory sector and the voluntary and community sector (VCS) in Bexley to achieving the following four principles:
1. A strong, diverse and independent voluntary and community sector

Key Bexley Documents Wed, 12/21/2016
Planning for Volunteer Involvement

This information sheet explains what you should think about prior to recruiting volunteers into a new role. It assumes that this is not the first time your organisation has worked with volunteers. This document:

Volunteering Wed, 12/21/2016
Recruiting Volunteers

This information sheet covers the recruitment process. It’s important to get this right, both to attract people who will be a good match for your roles, and to ensure the volunteering relationship starts off on the right foot.  This document:

Volunteering Wed, 12/21/2016
Volunteer Recognition

This information sheet suggests different ways of recognising volunteer involvement, both individually and collectively. We suggest that you use a range of methods, as some volunteers may appreciate a more formal approach, and others something more informal.

Volunteering Wed, 12/21/2016

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