Published 17 March 2016
AVOW (The Association of Voluntary Organisations in Wrexham) has recently received confirmation that they have achieved the Investing in Volunteers Award. The Award demonstrates a model of good practice in volunteer management and will enable AVOW to advise and support the voluntary and community sector in Wrexham on matters of good practice.
Published 01 Feb 2016
We would like to congratulate the first group of Investing in Volunteers (IiV) achiever organisations of 2016.
A total of 28 organisations across the UK were accredited or successfully renewed the standard last month.
The complete list of last month's achievers can be found by clicking on the heading above to read the full article.
Published 13 November 2015
A Heckington-based group is being recognised for how it places conservation volunteers across the county.
Heritage Lincolnshire, which was established in 1991, are so good at what they do they have been awarded the Investing in Volunteers Quality Standard.
Published 24 July 2015
Reading Museum renews Investing in Volunteers Accreditation, the UK quality standard for all organisations involving volunteers.
Published 30 July 2015
DORSET FIRE and Rescue Service has received national recognition for the high standards and the commitment to good practice of the volunteering scheme that it operates.
Published 20 October 2015
We would like to congratulate the most recent group of Investing in Volunteers (IiV) achiever organisations.
A total of 27 organisations across the UK were accredited or successfully renewed the standard this month.
The complete list of achievers can be found by clicking on the heading above to read the full article.
Published 04 August 2015
Home-Start Monmouthshire are thrilled to receive the investors in volunteers award, Volunteers are at the very heart of Home-Start and this award helps to show how much we value and appreciate their time, support and dedication, without them our work just wouldn’t be possible. A HUGE thank you!!
Published on 04 August 2015
Older people’s charity, Royal Voluntary Service is delighted to have retained Investing in Volunteers (IiV) status, in recognition of its work with volunteers. The charity, which provides support services to older people in communities throughout Britain via its army of 35,000 volunteers, has been awarded for a further three years.
Published on 14 July 2015
We are delighted to announce Demelza has achieved Investing in Volunteers (IIV) accreditation – which recognises our work with volunteers.
The IIV is the UK quality standard for all organisations which involve volunteers in their work and we are one of only 25 organisations to achieve the title during July 2015.
More than 800 currently have the accreditation throughout the UK, from small community groups to large national multi-branch charities.