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Glasgow’s Volunteering Charter

Signatory: Glasgow Kelvin College

Glasgow Kelvin College has pledged to:logo-for-Glasgow-Kelvin-College

  • create and expand appropriate opportunities for volunteering within the College;
  • ensure that our opportunities are accessible to all sections of the community, and that our volunteering workforce reflects the demographics of the city;
  • support Glasgow’s volunteer involving organisations by making available the Glasgow Kelvin College Community Achievement Awards accredited support and supervision framework for volunteers to support planning, recording and evaluation of learning and achievements arising from community activities; and
  • support John Wheatley Learning Network partners in the development of digital inclusion volunteering opportunities through training and access to College information services infrastructure

Glasgow Kelvin College’s Senior Management Team approved the recommendations to make these pledges at their meeting 1 June 2016.

Glasgow Kelvin College will publish baseline Charter census data for the year ending 31 July 2016 no later than 30 November 2016.

Glasgow Kelvin College will publish action plans for fulfilling the Charter Pledges no later than 31 December 2016.

Glasgow Kelvin College’s senior officer with lead responsibility for volunteering is Craig Green, Head of Faculty (Community and Flexible Learning).  Craig can be contacted through email at


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