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andy guile interview presentation
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andy guile interview presentation
andy guile interview presentation
andy guile interview presentation
andy guile interview presentation
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  • Introduction There has been an increased emphasis by Government in recent years on the role that volunteering can play to help deliver key public policy agendas. Volunteer centres support organisations and individuals to improve the number and quality of volunteer opportunities. In order to provide professional and high quality services they need long term, sustained, predictable, and reliable core funding. Setting the level of that funding has so far been left to the discretion of individual local authorities and other funders with no guidelines as to how to determine the cost of services required for volunteer centres to operate effectively. Volunteering England has identified six core functions that volunteer centres perform in providing volunteering infrastructure1: brokerage; marketing volunteering; good practice development; developing volunteering opportunities; policy response and campaigning; and strategic development of volunteering. Volunteer centres are configured in different ways to deliver these, with some integrated with councils for voluntary service and some delivering direct services using volunteers as well.
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    • 1. The way Forward with regard to a sustainable future "The wise man doesn’t give the right answers - he poses the right questions." Claude Levi Strauss
    • 2.
      • Sustainability is the capacity to endure
      • Wikipedia
    • 3.
      • Brokerage
      • Marketing Volunteering
      • Good Practice development
      • Developing Volunteering opportunities
      • Policy response
      • Campaigning
    • 4.
      • Where are we now?
      • “ Our aims are to promote support and develop volunteering. We aim to deliver high quality services to organisations that involve volunteering, so making a positive impact to their lives and community life in Warrington”
    • 5.
      • SWAT Analysis
    • 6. Strengths
      • Excellence in Volunteer Management programme
      • Do It Database
      • Youth Volunteering (V Programme)
      • Good Values
      • Well Managed
      • NI6 included in Warrington's LAA
    • 7. Weaknesses
      • Lack of long term Core Funding
      • V programme short term future (ends next march)
      • Uncertainty of future of Excellence in Volunteer Management
      • Independence - Additional costs of own building
    • 8. opportunities
      • Review Values
      • Review marketing strategy
      • Bring in business support
      • New political landscape
      • Income generation opportunities
    • 9. Threats
      • Council budget likely to shrink
      • Managerial change
      • Unclear government strategies for volunteering
      • Increase in demand with no new resources
      • Lack of money for others to buy in our training
      • No clear future picture for youth volunteering
    • 10. So what next?
      • The sustainability Plan
      • Promoting, supporting and developing volunteering
    • 11. Promote
      • Widen awareness of volunteering
      • To volunteers
      • To organisations
      • To potential and current funders
      • Training programmes
    • 12. How do we promote more?
      • Socialnomics
      • Closer links with statutory bodies
      • Network with Chamber of Commerce
      • Develop web site
      • High profile –events i.e awards evenings
      • Increase visability in local press and radio
    • 13. support
      • Support volunteers with training
      • Continue to increase database
      • Support council to develop NI 6
      • Support new organisations to take on volunteers
      • Support other organisations to develop their volunteer stratagies
    • 14. How do we support ?
      • Encourage volunteers to become involved in Local Strategic Partnership boards
      • Build up links with Chamber of Commerce, Job Centre Plus and other new networks to nurture new opportunities
      • Talk to Housing associations to encourage new links with residents groups
    • 15. Develop
      • Training opportunities (evm)
      • Review values and mission statement with staff and board
      • New fundraising strategy
      • Explore skills and resources the Centre has that could be used to income generate
    • 16. How do we develop?
      • Look at using training as an income generation opportunity
      • Look at other possibilities for income generation
      • Identify 5 possible funders for future funding
      • Develop new marketing strategy based around values, mission and future direction
    • 17.
      • “ Nothing is unthinkable, nothing impossible to the balanced person, provided it arises out of the needs of life and is dedicated to life's further developments." - Lewis Mumford
    • 18. Together we will be flying high

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