AVM Supports Volunteers Count 2013

Following Volunteer Counts in 2011, which AVM supported, the benchmarking study will be happening again this year. Below is more information on Volunteers Count from Agenda Consulting.

VOLUNTEERS COUNT 2013

Following the success of Volunteers Count 2011 Benchmarking Study, we are delighted to announce that Volunteers Count 2013 is now open for bookings. Volunteers Count is a unique Study which delivers deep insight into how your organisation compares with others on Volunteering and Volunteering Management.

This bi-annual Study is already becoming an integral part of many organisations’ performance measuring and planning process. Take a look at our Volunteers Count Newsletter to find out how to get your Volunteering Team involved in this exciting initiative.

“This will be the second time this important benchmarking exercise takes place and I would encourage volunteer-involving organisations to participate and to help evolve the study, thereby building on our shared-learning on the involvement of volunteers.”

Nikki Squelch, Head of Volunteering Development, Alzheimer’s Society and Chair of Volunteers Count Steering Group.

Find Out More

Join our FREE Webinar on Wednesday 12 June, 2.30pm-3.00pm where we will explain the key benefits of this unique study.

If you are unable to make the webinar session, then join us for a FREE Information Session on Thursday 18 July, 2.00pm – 4.00pm at NCVO, Regents Wharf, Central London. Hear Debbie Hill, Head of Volunteering, The Children’s Society speak about how they use Volunteers Count.

Find out more about all of this on their website.

We look forward to you joining Volunteers Count 2013.

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