This information sheet offers practical ideas on how to attract Welsh speaking volunteers to your organisation.
This information sheet is for organisations that have already identified a role for volunteers and are ready to develop their volunteer policies.
This information sheet aims to take you through a process of structured thinking to enable you to construct a volunteer strategy.
There are many types of employer-supported volunteering (ESV) programmes to assist employees to volunteer, both in their own time and in work time.
All organisations who work with individuals within their own homes or who undertake initial home assessments should put in place guidance on safety for home visits.
It is important that volunteers feel valued and supported.
The voluntary sector is committed to combating discrimination and offering innovative ways for people to develop skills and experiences which supports and empowers them to be active citizens.
Volunteering enables young people to feel part of their community and more included.
Assessing and managing risk is a vital part of the day to day ‘duty of care’ to volunteers.
This information sheet provides guidance on how to respond to concerns relating to volunteers.
This information sheet talks through approaches to managing volunteer exits in a sensitive, clear and respectful manner.
This example is intended for guidance purposes and should be adapted to suit your particular organisation.