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  • Emma Bowkett

Reimagining Volunteering,The Role of ‘Community Helpers’


Have you ever wondered how and why and people across the UK help out in their local community?


Our new report together with Spirit of 2012 has explored just that and we are delighted to share it with you.


At Neighbourly Lab we received funding from Spirit of 2012 to understand how people across the UK help out in their local community, especially in the context of national moments like the King’s Coronation.


We wanted to explore what ‘helping out’ looks like from the experience of those taking part in it, and what can be done to encourage more people to get involved.


We have produced this report designed for organisations that use and recruit volunteers. To help you understand ways to breathe fresh life into your volunteer recruitment strategies and to motivate those seeking to help out in their communities.


If you want to hear more about these insights, please do not hesitate to get in touch to schedule a meeting with us. Contact: marnie@neighbourlylab.com or visit https://www.neighbourlylab.com/



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