Picture the scene: you’ve quaffed so much Cointreau you’re queasy, you’ve munched one mince pie to many, and now someone’s suggesting Charades? Bored, yeah? Want to do something meaningful and not need to move from the sofa?
This year&#039;s National Volunteers’ Week focused on - The Big Celebration – encouraging organisations to highlight stories of individuals who already volunteer and to identify volunteers who have made a huge difference within their communities through their volunteering effort.
Read about the international volunteering experiences of one of our new volunteer Community reporters, Amie Edwards-Mclean, as she volunteered in a Borneo Orang-utan sanctuary just like Paul O&amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;#039;Grady...
The Portsmouth Inspiring Volunteer Awards 2016, organised by Portsmouth Together and Pompey in the Community, took place on the evening of Wednesday 1 June 2016 at Fratton Park as part of Volunteers Week 2016.
Cities of Service is a coalition of cities who have committed to work together to lead a multi-year effort to expand impact volunteer strategies that target community needs and enable cities to effectively leverage citizen service as a viable tool to achieve measurable impact.
Cities of Service supports mayors to leverage citizen service strategies, addressing local needs and making government more effective.