Published on GetWestLondon, 03 December 2014
Charity appeals for more volunteers to help struggling families, as MP Mary Macleod presents awards to existing stalwarts.
Published in Cheshire Today, 11 November 2014
The Investing in Volunteers award was presented to the council’s Brighter Futures team after it proved an outstanding commitment to volunteering in the local community.
Published 04 November 2014
Representatives from the Investing in Volunteers (IiV) team at NCVO were warmly welcomed to the Blind Veterans UK head office in London to celebrate the organisation’s recent IiV achievement.
Published 15 October 2014
There are celebrations at Digartref Ynys Môn following news that the service has been success in achieving the Investing in Volunteers Quality Mark.
Published 14 October 2014
A well known Pembrokeshire charity has this week been awarded with the highly respected Investing in Volunteers Award.
Published 17th September 2014
Falklands War veteran Simon Weston congratulated volunteers at a Lincolnshire NHS trust, as it became the first health organisation in the county to achieve a volunteering investment accreditation.
Published 22nd September 2014
A national programme encouraging the highest standards of volunteer management is about to celebrate 10 years of helping charities and other organisations across the UK to enhance their reputations.
Investing in Volunteers (IiV) - the UK quality standard for good practice by groups involving volunteers - has been achieved by 765 organisations countrywide, including charities such as Christian Aid, Age UK and the People's Dispensary for Sick Animals (PDSA), as well as more than 20 NHS Trusts.
Getting together to celebrate 10 years of Investing in Volunteers.
From the left: Dr Justin Davis Smith (NCVO), Wendy Osborne (Volunteer Now), George Thomson (Volunteer Scotland), and Tim Day (WCVA).
Published 22 September 2014
A national programme encouraging the highest standards of volunteer management is about to celebrate 10 years of helping charities and other organisations across Wales to enhance their reputations.
Investing in Volunteers (IiV) - the UK quality standard for good practice by groups involving volunteers - has been achieved by 61 organisations countrywide, including charities such Bullies Out, Age Cymru Swansea Bay and Headway Cardiff.
Wedi'i cyhoeddi 22 Medi 2014
Mae rhaglen genedlaethol sy’n annog y safonau uchaf wrth reoli gwirfoddolwyr ar fin dathlu 10 mlynedd o gynorthwyo elusennau a mudiadau eraill ledled Cymru i hybu eu henw da.
Mae Buddsoddi mewn Gwirfoddolwyr – safon ansawdd y Deyrnas Unedig ar gyfer arfer da gan grwpiau sy’n cynnwys gwirfoddolwyr – wedi’i chyflawni gan 61 o fudiadau ar hyd y wlad, gan gynnwys elusennau megis Bullies Out, Age Cymru Bae Abertawe a Headway Caerdydd.
Published 12 September 2014
Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust were involved in the initial pilot of Investing in Volunteers (IiV), having first achieved the standard back in 2005.
Sally Knights, the Volunteer Services Manager at the Trust, recently answered a number of questions about the organisation's experience of engaging with IiV and how the trust's volunteering programme has changed over the last 10 years.