"Employer Supported Volunteering"; David Bradshaw, Volunteer Centre Winchester
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  • WDSP key areas: Health and Wellbeing Safe and Strong Communities Economic Prosperity High Quality Environment Inclusive Society
  • In 2007, 36% of employees had an employer supported volunteering scheme available to them. 1 This has jumped since 2005, when 24% of employees in England and Wales worked for employers with schemes. 2 It is reported that approximately 70% of FTSE 100 companies have some kind of employer supported volunteering programme 3 . This is in marked contrast to SMES, with 20% of employees of medium sized businesses and 14% of employees of small businesses having an employer supported volunteering scheme 1 .

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  • 1. Employer Supported Volunteering David Bradshaw-Manager (job-share) Volunteer Centre Winchester
  • 2. Volunteer Centre Winchester
    • Service of Winchester Area Community Action
    • Supporting ‘ not for profit organisations ’
    • Brokerage – ‘ Dating Agency ’
  • 3. Winchester District Strategic Partnership www.wdsp.co.uk
    • Inclusive Society
      • “ Increase participation in regular
      • volunteering by developing employer
      • supported volunteering and increasing
      • numbers of older volunteers ”
  • 4. The Need
    • 250 Organisations
    • 500 volunteering opportunities A-Z
    • Huge range of task/skills required
    • Standard volunteer?
    • Big Society
  • 5. How you can help
    • Staff volunteering as individuals
    • Offering specialised skills
    • Team Challenges
  • 6. How will your employees benefit?
    • Employees feel good about themselves
    • New learning opportunities
    • Encourages team spirit
    • Broadens outlook
    • Renewed enthusiasm
    • Improves Health
    • Employees nearing retirement have the opportunity to consider what they can do in the future
  • 7. What are the benefits to you?
    • Contributing to the community -WDSP
    • Enhancing employee ’ s view of the company
    • Improving morale and staff retention
    • Benefits to staff and to organisation
    • Building a positive external profile
    • Staff bring added enthusiasm and new ideas
  • 8. What next?
    • Contact Volunteer Centre Winchester:
      • Individual chats
      • Team challenges
      • Offering specialised skills
    • National volunteering database www.do-it.org.uk
  • 9.  
  • 10.
    • David Bradshaw or Sue Heath-Caldwell
    • Volunteer Centre Winchester
    • 68 St Georges Street
    • Winchester
    • SO23 8AH
    • Tel: 01962 848030
    • [email_address]
    • www.volunteercentrewinchester.org.uk