Covid-19 volunteering efforts need to be better coordinated - relying on local experience and knowledge, says Dr Jurgen Grotz, Director of the Institute for Voluteering Research. Read the full press release by clicking here.
IVR has been commissioned by What Works Centre for Wellbeing along with Spirit of 2012 Trust to undertake a Rapid Evidence Assessment about Volunteering and Wellbeing specifically looking at the impact of volunteering on the volunteers themselves. IVR is delighted to work with colleagues at UEA and three other universities.
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"From shaking tins to climbing Everest: the changing landscape of volunteer fundraising" 24 January 2020
The Institute for Volunteering Research (IVR) at the University of East Anglia and
the Centre for Philanthropy at the University of Kent hosted a symposium to
discuss the changing role of volunteers in fundraising, as part of a new series of
IVR research programme events.
Jurgen Grotz: Introduction
Colin Rochester: "No Such Thing as a Free Lunch: Issues and Challenges for Volunteer Fundraisers"
Beth Breeze: "The Perfect Partnership? The Role of volunteers in fundraising"
Chris Wade: "From shaking tins to climbing Everest: the changing landscape of volunteer fundraising"
"Volunteering in health and social care - the potential, the challenge". Dr Jurgen Grotz, Director of the Institute for Volunteering Research, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, UEA.