Below are some useful resources that community groups and charities can use to help manage their volunteers, setting up and group and applying for funding.
Page 1: Volunteering Management Resources
Page 2: Setting Up A Group – Governing Documents, Policies & Procedures
Page 3: Funding Resources
Volunteering Management Resources
Organisation and Opportunity Registration Forms for Charities and Community Groups
To register your organisation and volunteering opportunities with your local Volunteer Centre, please go to the following online forms:
Organisation Registration Form (Online)
Registering Via Email Or Post
Alternatively you can download, fill out and return the forms below to firstname.lastname@example.org.
You may send them back via post FAO the Area Co-ordinator to the relevant district office: https://voluntarycentreservices.org.uk/contact-us/.
Involving Volunteers: Good Practice Guide
The Involving Volunteers: Good Practice Guide is a series of introductory information sheets designed to help organisations find and manage volunteers more effectively.
This guide is for anyone who finds themselves with responsibility for volunteers, but particularly if managing volunteers is not the main part of your role.
- Perhaps you organise events and only need volunteers occasionally?
- Perhaps you run a small group or club and would like to get more people to help you?
- Perhaps you are starting a new project involving volunteers and want to get things right from the start?
- Perhaps you don’t involve volunteers at the moment, but think it might be a good idea?
If this sounds familiar, then the guide is for you. Click the link below to download the full guide:
Alternatively, you can download the individual pages here:
Volunteer Management Resources
Please note the following resources are being provided as an aid for voluntary and community groups and charities to adapt and use for their own volunteers and activities. Voluntary Centre Services take no responsibility of how these resources are used. These resources should be used in conjunction with the policy templates found on Page 2. Thanks goes to Voluntary Action Islington for providing these templates and resources.