Ideas to help you achieve Volunteering Charter pledges
We have shared a number of examples from other organisations that we hope might inspire you with more ideas for creating and expanding volunteering opportunities and making them more inclusive.
Here is a quick summary list with links to each example:
- CHAS more (and different) ways to volunteer at CHAS for under 16s, families and specialists…
- Find out how intensive care patients have helped to develop the NHS InS:PIRE programme
- Glasgow Life’s Host City Volunteer Programme at the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games (winners of the Alistair Malloy Inspire Award for Inclusion and Diversity in 2015) worked hard with partners, collaborating with people to co-design different elements and involving people from all over the city
- Glasgow Homelessness Network’s Navigate programme has involved people with direct experience of inequality to develop and deliver peer advocacy support services more here and here
- Collaborating with partner organisations to successfully involve people from diverse backgrounds in their volunteering opportunities was a key element in the work of the Alistair Malloy Award’s other finalists. Here are links to their websites…