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Charities that want to recruit volunteers should respond to enquiries about volunteering within 24 hours and focus on what the volunteer wants, rather than just on what the organisation requires, according to a report from the sector consultancy nfpSynergy.
A large scale project on employer sponsored volunteering has demonstrated that voluntary work can benefit both businesses and the local community.
This symposium, taking place on Thursday 2 October at Leeds Metropolitan University, will explore how the VCS can use research to demonstrate the impact of volunteering to commissioners and funders in the health and care economy.
The Cabinet Office has announced the recipients of funding from two projects working with health volunteers, including two charities and a hospital in the East Midlands.
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