Investing in Volunteers - Our Story (1) : Wrexham Museum
Wrexham Museum video - discussion notes (English)
Wrexham Museum video - discussion notes (Cymraeg)
Investing in Volunteers - Our Story (2) : Headway Cardiff
Headway Cardiff video - discussion notes (English)
Headway Cardiff video - discussion notes (Cymraeg)
Investing in Volunteers - Our Story (3) : West Wales Befriending Links
Celebrating ten years of IIV
IIV celebrating 10 years (English)
IIV celebrating 10 years (Cymraeg)
Toogoodtowaste is a re-use/recycling charity and social enterprise operating in Rhondda Cynon Taf. It reduces waste by collecting re-usable household items and redistributing them via our charity shops. It has recently produced a video to highlight volunteering.
Mae toogoodtowaste yn elusen ac yn fenter gymdeithasol ailddefnyddio/ailgylchu o Rondda Cynon Taf. Mae’n lleihau gwastraff drwy gasglu eitemau tŷ y gellir eu hailddefnyddio ac yn eu hailddosbarthu drwy ein siopau elusen. Mae’r mudiad wedi cynhyrchu fideo yn ddiweddar i dynnu sylw at wirfoddoli.
The Western Trust is the first health trust in Northern Ireland to receive the Investing In Volunteers Award which recognises the Trust's exemplary relationship with its volunteers. Western Trust Volunteer Manager, Anne Love and Volunteer Now Chief Executive, Wendy Osborne OBE, commented on the impressive achievement.
The Peabody Trust, one of the oldest and largest charitable housing associations in London, achieved Investing in Volunteers in 2012. The following video gives an insight into the wide range of volunteering opportunities at Peabody, and highlights the many benefits to be gained as a result of volunteering.
Chief Superintendent Mick Smith, Commander of Havering Borough Police, explains the strategic importance of volunteer management and exactly why it pays off to invest in it. Watch the video and find out what your organisation stands to gain from investing in volunteer management!
Matt Lambert, Director of Corporate Affairs and Citizenship at Microsoft UK, talks about the immense benefits that the Go MAD Volunteering Programme has brought to the company. He recommends setting up a well-managed volunteer programme to any company wanting to enhance key corporate objectives.