volunteer bureau

volunteer bureau

(in Britain) n (often capitals)
(Social Welfare) social welfare an agency that matches up people wishing to do voluntary work with appropriate voluntary organizations
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Soft Market Testing Workshop: We will be holding a Soft Market Testing Volunteer Bureau Service Workshop / Briefing Session on Monday 13.4.2015 from 10:00 in Taunton, Somerset to seek insight into how service providers might support the future development of a Volunteer Bureau Service.
Her previous experience comprised chief officer at Wear Valley Volunteer Develop-ment Agency, manager of Wear Valley Volunteer Bureau and a placement manager with the National Association for the Care and Resettlement of Offenders.
Her previous experience comprised chief officer at Wear Valley Volunteer Development Agency, manager of Wear Valley Volunteer Bureau and a placement manager with the National Association for the Care and Resettlement of Offenders.
The festival includes a selection of information stalls from organisations such as Vale of Glamorgan Libraries, Adult Community Learning, Vale Volunteer Bureau, and Welsh for Adults, as well as a range of workshops on creative writing, knitting and stitching, and Tai Chi and Lift soft exercise.
Before moving to Hudderseld from his native Birmingham, he was a volunteer bureau helper there too.
Dedicated duo Jess and Dave Upstone beat off stiff competition for a string of local and national charities to win the Warwickshire Volunteer Bureau community award.
Other organisations attending include Nextstep, Business Link, Enterprise Plymouth Ltd, City College, Citizens Advice Bureau, Plymouth Volunteer Bureau and the Family Information Service.
Eileen Fielding, volunteer bureau development officer, said today: "All it takes to make a child happy is a small donation."
The pupils at Ysgol Gyfun Bro Morgannwg, in the Vale of Glamorgan, are latest to volunteer with the Vale Volunteer Bureau programme.
Fort Frances Volunteer Bureau. To develop and implement a strategic plan, which will increase the organization's ability to attract volunteers and grow and diversify its revenue base so it can better provide volunteer programs and services to the community.
They say Sarah was keen to work on community projects before starting her degree course at Aberystwyth and came along to the Volunteer Bureau at AVOW last year to see what she could do.
Liverpool Millennium Volunteers, which is managed by the Mersey Volunteer Bureau in Lime Street, is part of a UK-wide initiative to encourage, support and recognise 16-24 year olds who volunteer their time for the benefit of others.
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