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Inclusive volunteering is easy to achieve if everyone in your organisation is committed to inclusion. Including all potential volunteers is part of wider equal opportunities and diversity in an organisation. Make inclusive volunteering part of diversity strategy across your organisation.
The traditional pool of volunteers is likely to change as age demographics change. Either there will be more older people looking to fill their time or fewer people retiring earlier, and so fewer people with time to volunteer.
By making sure that your project is inclusive, you increase your pool of potential volunteers.
A more diverse group of volunteers will:
A good practice guide on writing volunteering policies is available from Volunteering England.
Check that your employer’s liability and public liability insurance policies explicitly include volunteers and their activities and cover young volunteers.
Discrimination against disabled people is unfair and a huge waste of potential for the individuals and organisations involved.
Hi I have a 30 yr old brother who has ADHD and mild autism he still lives at home with our mum he’s on medication for depression and I’m looking for ways to get him out of the house and possibly some volunteer work?
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Hello. Are there any opportunities to volunteer for the helpline (home-based).
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