Measuring community skills and needs  Peter Couchman Plunkett Foundation
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Only 10 out of 278 shops have failed in the  last 20 years
 
1.2 million hours  of volunteer time donated per year
Hope Despair Action
 
 
Inspire
Right to Try plus contacts Inspire
 
Explore
Explore
 
 
 
 
Create
Create
 
Thrive
Thrive
 
 
 
 
Learn from each other
Learn from each other
 
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Living Villages 2 - Measuring Community Skills and Needs

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A presentation by Peter Couchman of the Plunkett Foundation on measuring community skills and needs

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  • Sir Horace Plunkett started our foundation because of a few simple beliefs.
  • Sir Horace Plunkett started our foundation because of a few simple beliefs.
  • Sir Horace Plunkett started our foundation because of a few simple beliefs.
  • There are two unusual things in this photo. One is Alan Titchmarsh standing outside Titchmarsh shop. The other is the average age of the volunteers. Titchmarsh has done a fantastic job in recruiting young volunteers. But they are atypical.
  • Sir Horace Plunkett started our foundation because of a few simple beliefs.
  • Sir Horace Plunkett started our foundation because of a few simple beliefs.
  • Sir Horace Plunkett started our foundation because of a few simple beliefs.
  • Living Villages 2 - Measuring Community Skills and Needs

    1. 1. Measuring community skills and needs Peter Couchman Plunkett Foundation
    2. 6.
    3. 10. Only 10 out of 278 shops have failed in the last 20 years
    4. 12. 1.2 million hours of volunteer time donated per year
    5. 13. Hope Despair Action
    6. 16. Inspire
    7. 17. Right to Try plus contacts Inspire
    8. 19. Explore
    9. 20. Explore
    10. 25. Create
    11. 26. Create
    12. 28. Thrive
    13. 29. Thrive
    14. 34. Learn from each other
    15. 35. Learn from each other
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