What should volunteering look like in 2032? What changes are needed to adapt to upcoming trends, challenges and opportunities? Explore that future with the Vision for Volunteering.
Over the past year, charities, volunteers, public bodies and the private sector have come together to create a Vision for Volunteering.
This 10-year strategy has been led by five partner organisations; Volunteering Matters, National Council for Voluntary Organisations (NCVO), Association of Volunteer Managers (AVM), National Association for Voluntary and Community Action (NAVCA) and Sport England.
The Vision outlines what’s needed to ensure volunteering can continue to make a big impact for the next decade – and beyond. Hundreds of people and organisations have contributed to the Vision through workshops, interviews and submitting evidence.
The result, the Vision for Volunteering, sets out principles for a diverse, innovative, sustainable, ambitious and person-centred future for volunteering in England. This launch is the beginning of a conversation around how to make that happen in practice.
We’re delighted that Ruth Leonard, Chair of AVM, alongside volunteers from the partnership group, will be on stage to launch the Vision at Volunteer Expo Live on Friday 6th May.Book your free tickets
to Volunteer Expo Live to watch the launch of Vision for Volunteering.