Volunteer co-ordinators forum

The volunteer coordinators forum is one of the networks we run. It’s for people who manage volunteers in organisations of any size in the local area.

By being involved in the forum you will benefit from:

  • quarterly meetings
  • peer support from other volunteer managers
  • networking and learning opportunities
  • involvement in an online discussion group

The forum will help you to feel supported in your role and connect you with other volunteer managers.

It’s open to anyone who has direct responsibility for managing or coordinating volunteers in the local area, regardless of the size of your organisation and whether your role is paid or unpaid.

Each forum meeting provides an opportunity to develop skills and share experiences in the management of volunteers. The structure, format and themes are chosen in consultation with members of the group and our funders.

Our  volunteer coordinators forum framework sets out in more detail the purpose of the network.


Next meeting

The Volunteer Coordinators’ Forum in Brighton and Hove meets four times a year, either as part of our members conferences or as a stand alone event. The next meeting will take place in Autumn 2017.

The Volunteer Coordinators’ Forum in Adur and Worthing meets on a regular basis. Read our schedule of meetings for 2017-2018

For more information on the forum or to sign up or attend a forum meeting, get in touch with our Volunteering Development Coordinator, Sue Shaw, on sue@bhcommunityworks.org.uk or 01273 234860


Other support available

We also help volunteer coordinators in a variety of other ways, including:

  • virtual networking
  • working groups
  • action learning sets

Why not also look at our online good practice guide. The guide will help you to implement good practice and develop high-quality volunteering programmes.

We can help you with any aspect of your volunteering programme, just get in touch with our Volunteering Development Coordinator, Sue Shaw, on sue@bhcommunityworks.org.uk or 01273 234860