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Funds to support volunteering

News from SCVO – Round 4 of the Community Capacity & Resilience Fund (CCRF) is now accepting applications. You need to be a Third Sector organisations with an income of less than £250,000 per annum, and the deadline is Thursday 26 October 2018.

Volunteering Charter evaluation report published

Glasgow Centre for Population Health (GCPH) has conducted a process evaluation of the Charter (phase 1) and has recommended that we roll out the Charter with some minor changes on the basis of Partners’ feedback. A big thank you to everyone that helped with the evaluation. Read the full report…

Charter Mark awarded to GCHSCP

The Health & Social Care Partnership has been awarded the city’s Volunteering Charter Mark having successfully submitted its baseline census information and publishing a clear action plan for achieving its pledges. Fiona Moss (the HSCP’s Head of Health Improvement and Equalities) received the Charter Mark certificate from Bernadette Monaghan, Volunteer Glasgow’s Chief Executive.

2017 Impact Report

A huge thank you to everyone that worked with us to achieve so much!

National recognition for adults volunteering?

Is there a need for a national scheme to better recognise everyone over the age of 25 that volunteers to support public and third sector organisations making Scotland fairer, healthier, and smarter?
And, if so, what should it look like?
Read our short, interim report on what people have told us and what we’re proposing to do next to make it a reality.

100,000 Saltire Awards for Scotland’s Young People

…a Legacy 2014 success story

Glasgow 2014: has there been a Legacy?

Recent report and associated headlines suggest we’ve failed collectively to capitalise on the success of volunteering at the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games: this is what we think…

Ideas to help you achieve Volunteering Charter pledges

Be inspired by a number of examples of proven ways of creating and expanding volunteering in other organisations and of making opportunities more inclusive. Examples from CHAS, the NHS InS:PIRE programme, Glasgow Homelessness Network, Glasgow Life, Hidden Gardens and the Food Train include family volunteering, young people under 16, peer support/advocacy, equalities processes, achieving buy-in of volunteering across the organisation …

New DWP guidance on volunteering…

…for welfare benefits claimants published today! Brilliant news. This is a massive step forward, making it easier for people to volunteer, knowing where they stand.

First organisations receive Volunteering Charter Mark

Can your organisation also do more for your beneficiaries/community by involving more volunteers? More people are offering donations of time, skills, energy and expertise: you can harness their support!

Volunteer Glasgow is proud to be working with Glasgow 2018 European Championships
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