ShareVolunteering Victoria Event Please join us in a discussion with experts in the field about the growth of shared value in Australia and how traditional CSR activities such as corporate volunteering can form part of a shared value approach. Hear about case studies that include a company’s volunteering efforts in their shared value projects and gain insights into how you […]Read more ›
Volunteer Support Organisations will need to brace for the disastrous impact of a dramatic cut to the Department of Social Services Strengthening Communities program in tonight’s Federal Budget, with funding for the program set to shrink from $40.5 million to $28.4 million over the next four years, says Volunteering Australia.
It takes a very dedicated volunteer to walk into the home of a person with Motor Neurone Disease (MND) for the first time, relate to the real person behind the disease, and begin massaging their hands and feet to alleviate their suffering. Volunteer Alanah French did just that.
This week’s Budget is one that delivers for the community and health services, where the largest number of volunteers operate – but with no additional funding for volunteer management or support, it fails to address the recommendations of Volunteering Victoria’s State Budget Submission and raises concerns around how volunteering programs in these industries will continue to thrive, writes Sue Noble, CEO of Volunteering Victoria.
2016 NATIONAL VOLUNTEER WEEK EVENT Follow My Lead – Exploring Successful Leadership for Volunteer Managers
Tying into the 2016 National Volunteer Week theme of “Give Happy, Live Happy,” Follow My Lead – Exploring Successful Leadership for Volunteer Managers” will delve into the topic of leadership by exploring what it takes to lead and deliver the positive effects to the volunteer, organisation and community.
Would you like to work with us to improve volunteer management in Victoria? Volunteering Victoria is currently recruiting for a new member of our team. The Professional Development and Events Manager is responsible for developing effective professional development programs, networking events and resources to support capacity and capability building in the Victorian volunteering sector.Read more ›
ShareJustice Connect’s Not-for-profit Law is undertaking an evaluation of its information resources for volunteer involving organisations. Feedback is sought from the volunteer sector as to the usefulness of the resources to your organisation. You can complete the survey here.Read more ›