volunteering strategy Archives
Volunteering StrategyPosted on 17th July 2009 by stevelawless
The first draft has been produced of the City Volunteering Strategy. Alison has worked really hard to produce this to the deadline. When writing a big strategy like this the issue is always about making sense of a large amount of information. The final version will have some changes in it, primarily in showing how volunteering helps the City reach many of the targets in the Community Plan. This document will have a major impact on the strategic development of volunteering in the City for several years to come.
Volunteering StrategyPosted on 6th April 2009 by stevelawless
A number of us have been working hard on developing the Volunteering Strategy for the City. Thanks to everyone for your input so far.
The strategy will be important, not just for us but for the City and volunteering. Hopefully it will be a start in identifying barriers across the City to volunteering as well as highlighting the essential role that volunteering plays in providing social cohesion. My personal mission is to get more agencies to take volunteering far more seriously.
Volunteering in the City – tell us what you think!Posted on 27th March 2009 by Impetus
Staff at the Volunteer Centre have been hard at working creating an online survey to feed into a new Volunteering Strategy for the City of Brighton & Hove.
We are encouraging the many people in Brighton & Hove who have some connection with volunteering to get involved, so click on the following link if you want to take part :
Volunteering has never been higher on the agenda… Continue reading…
The Local Strategic PartnershipPosted on 15th December 2008 by stevelawless
Most of you will know that I was elected as a sector rep to the LSP. The LSP coordinates a number of subject specific partnerships and, as the senior cross sector strategic partnership for the city, has little or no time for going into great detail on any issue. This quarter we discussed the impact of the economic downturn on the City and what is being done to offset the problems.