Mark Marooth, Author at Volunteer Centre Western Isles

Volunteer Centre Western Isles

Mark Marooth

National Policy – Volunteering Action Plan

Volunteers have a key role in the delivery of many services to Scotland’s population at all life-stages, as well as supporting community connection and conserving Scotland’s natural, historical, and cultural assets. Many voluntary and public sector organisations are reliant on the contribution of volunteers to support their work, whilst the vibrancy of local communities is …

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National Policy – Volunteering for All

About this Framework This Framework was developed over 2018 by the Scottish Government jointly with partners from the volunteer and community sector, local government and NHS, with academics and social researchers, and with volunteers. The objective of the Framework is to: For more information and to read the full policy, please click here

Volunteer Scotland Interactive Learning Bites

Book now and continue your learning journey with our Interactive Learning Bites. These two hour online sessions cover a range of topics and are a great refresher of best practice in volunteer engagement. FIND OUT MORE AND BOOK HERE START BOOKING NOW Contact Us via email here.

Launch of Scotland’s Volunteering Action Plan

Increasing opportunities across Scotland’s communities. The plan was launched in Glasgow at The Gathering, SCVO’s celebration of Scotland’s voluntary sector. The plan aims to create an environment where everyone can volunteer, more often, and throughout their lives, with a specific focus on tackling inequality within volunteering, so that those who would traditionally experience barriers to …

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