The coronavirus pandemic has led to a groundswell in people coming forward to volunteer in their communities. It has also meant that existing volunteers have been stood down because of their vulnerabilities, closure of services or risks associated with volunteering roles. Organisations have responded creatively by adapting services and volunteer roles. New volunteer led organisations have sprung up to meet community need. We are delighted to welcome the following organisations to speak about their experiences: Age UK Solihull, Essential Delivery Mutual Aid Group, Seeds of Hope and Marie Curie Hospice.
This event highlights the incredible ways in which individuals and organisations have risen to the challenge. It also provides an opportunity to discuss the issues going forward:
How do we keep people engaged in volunteering as we return to the ‘new’ normal?
How do we re-engage with volunteers who have been put on hold?
What are the ongoing issues and challenges with volunteering?
We will be sending you a Zoom invite closer to the date.
10.00am | Presentations from volunteer involving organisations: Age UK Solihull, Hall Green Mutual Aid, Marie Curie Hospice and Seeds of Hope
10.30am | Questions arising
11.30pm | Close
For further information please contact Jane Holdsworth, Area Manager on 01789 333767 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- COVID-19 Solihull