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The expansion of contracted voluntary sector delivery of public services has reduced volunteer involvement in charitable provision and limited the tasks that volunteers carry out to the routine and mundane, a new report claims.
Volunteers now expect more from their experience and charities must do more to recruit and retain them, according to a report published by nfpSynergy.
More than two thirds of volunteer managers believe they need a more powerful representative body, according to a new report from the research consultancy nfpSynergy.
This joint CSV/ECROYS/In Control learning event in Cambridge on Wednesday 10 December will explore how volunteers and volunteer involving organisations can contribute to and help deliver integrated, person centred care.
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