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What works to improve volunteer wellbeing: new evidence call

21/04/2020
από NSS UK
Γλώσσα: EN
What Works Wellbeing

How can we improve wellbeing impacts and outcomes for volunteers?

 

With the aim of out finding out how to better support the wellbeing of volunteers who contribute so much to charities and communities across the country, the What Works Centre for Wellbeing is asking for your evaluations and reports on the wellbeing impacts and outcomes for volunteers.

"To do this we, along with Spirit of 2012 Trust, have commissioned  the Institute for Volunteering Research (IVR) at the University of East Anglia to carry out a Rapid Evidence Assessment (REA) on volunteering and wellbeing. As part of this project, the research team will bring together the most relevant evidence from academia, policy and evaluation to better understand how volunteering is linked to the wellbeing of volunteers.

If you are involved with an organisation, group or club that works with volunteers, or funds volunteering projects, and have looked at the difference volunteering makes, we want to hear from you."

 

Please send in your research/evaluations by 10 May 2020. Submission criteria and further information can be found on the What Works Centre for Wellbeing website.

If you don’t have evidence to submit but are interested in the results of the research you can sign up for an email alert.

 

 

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