Ruth Leonard, Chair of AVM, explain’s AVM’s new vision and strategy. Empowering people to make a difference in their local communities and bring about change using their skills and assets – this is why I have always been passionate about volunteer management. To effectively facilitate and support initiatives and enable people to contribute effectively we (more…)
The Association of Volunteer Managers (AVM) is an independent membership body that aims to support, represent and champion people in volunteer management in the UK regardless of field, discipline or sector. It has been set up by and for people who manage volunteers. We’re at an exciting point in our development and are preparing for (more…)
At this week’s AGM Debbie Usiskin stood down as chair after ten years on the board, to be succeeded by Ruth Leonard. We also welcomed new board members Jo Gibney, Daniel Ingram, Karen Ramnauth, Angela Wilson and Rachel Ball.
NCVO’s Karl Wilding continues our tenth anniversary blog series with thoughts on how the last decade of development in Volunteer Management will shape the next ten years.
Association of Volunteer Managers (AVM) will be holding an Extraordinary General Meeting (EGM) at 6pm on Thursday 13 July 2017.
Continuing our series of blogs celebrating our tenth birthday, nfpSynergy’s Joe Saxton offers his thoughts on how volunteering will change over the next ten years.
AVM Chair Debbie Usiskin looks back at the inspiration for setting up AVM, as we celebrate our tenth birthday.
AVM is recruiting a new Learning and Development Officer.
Today we announce that AVM has partnered with nfpSynergy to recruit its first full time employee.