Volunteers are a fantastic resource. Part of the Volunteer Centre Croydon’s role is to develop high quality volunteering programmes across the borough. We invite Volunteer Involving Organisations (VIO) to take part in:
Volunteer Co-ordinator’s Forums
These are free events which enable those who recruit and support volunteers to come together to hear the latest local and national news and discuss volunteer management issues. Check the CVA calendar
Volunteer Management Training
Training events designed to cover the essentials of volunteer management to develop your confidence and strengthen your volunteer programme. Check the CVA calendar.
One to one support meetings
Meet with Hilary Bell, our Volunteering Good Practice Advisor to discuss your volunteer programme. She will help find practical solutions to problems, plan for the future involvement of volunteers and ensure you are making the most of the Volunteer Centre Croydon’s services.
Great for organisations that wish to use our services for the first time.
Email Hilary Bell.
Telephone and Email support
Queries and questions? Any of the staff team at the Volunteer Centre can offer support.
Call Hilary, Norica, Mary or Karen on 0208 253 7070 or email Hilary Bell.
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