Tuesday, 3 February 2015

Why volunteering makes sense

Through first hand experience of Pro Bono O.R. I can see why 'volunteering makes sense'.  Both the volunteers and the organisations benefit from the volunteer placement.  Volunteers have said it gives them a sense of achievement, builds their networks, enables them to practice their skills in a different arena, enhances their CV and gives them a 'feel good factor'.  The organisations have benefited from free skilled volunteering that has provided lasting impact and really made a difference.

This great blog from Hannah Morton-Hedges talks further about 'Why volunteering makes sense', from greater employability, confidence, diversity to reward.  Read the full article here

New Pro Bono Project with RNIB

Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) Project Prioritising areas of focus for RNIB’s new 3-year strategy Project : ...