Volunteer co-ordinators forum
Our volunteer coordinators’ forum brings together people who manage volunteers. It’s a great way to stay up to date with and learn about best practice around volunteer management, to benefit from peer support, and to network with other volunteer coordinators.
Our forum is open to anyone who has direct responsibility for managing or coordinating volunteers, 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 you and our funders. Our volunteer coordinators’ forum framework sets out in more detail the purpose of the forum.
Our volunteer coordinators’ forum meets regularly in Adur and Worthing, and in Brighton and Hove.
Brighton and Hove
Our volunteer coordinators forum in Brighton and Hove, next meets on:
Date: Thursday 27 September 2018
Venue: Brighthlem Centre, Activities Room
Topic: GDPR and volunteering
Book: Book your place
Date: Thursday 13 December 2018
Venue: Brighthelm Centre
Book: This session will take place in our conference and will be bookable via the Conference Booking link
We prioritise places at the forum meeting for our members and voluntary and community organisations operating in Brighton and Hove.
Find out how to join us as a member.
For more information, get in touch with us on firstname.lastname@example.org or 01273 234023
Adur and Worthing
Our volunteer co-ordinators forum in Adur and Worthing, next meets on:
Date: Tuesday 22 January 2019
Book: Opening soon
We prioritise places at the forum meeting for our members and to voluntary and community organisations operating in Adur and Worthing.
Find out how to join us as a member
For more information, get in touch with us on email@example.com or call 01903 207735
Resources from previous meetings:
- Event Report Retaining Volunteers Flipchart Write Up (PDF)
- Event Report ‘Attracting Retired People into Volunteering’ (DOC)