Now published: CJS Focus on Volunteering in association with the Woodland Trust

36 pages in total the lead article from the Woodland Trust is about their project to buy a 162 ha former coal mine and turn it in to a forest. A quarter of a million trees will be planted in a mass youth engagement project.
Student Volunteering Week is a great way for students to get outside and active and for charities and community groups to engage with students. The week runs 11 – 17 February; see how you can get involved.
Daniel Greenwood at the South Downs National Park Authority talks about how the Park manages their 300+ active volunteers and how partnership working helps to support volunteers and recruit more.
Throughout 2019 the Forestry Commission is celebrating 100 years of forestry. As part of the celebrations they are promoting employee volunteering and would like to hear from organisations that need volunteers.
Nearly 52% of RSPCA Inspectorate call outs are for wildlife. They have 4 wildlife centres in the UK and following a successful trial now recruit Wildlife Casualty Volunteers to help with the Societies wildlife work.
Events & Publicity Volunteers with the Mendip Hills AONB help with a wide range of events. Not your traditional countryside volunteer role it focusses on working to inspire local people to want to protect the AONB. Find out what’s involved.
Every year NCVO run Volunteers’ Week from 1 – 7 June. It’s a chance for organisations to celebrate the millions of volunteers who give their time, skill & passion to their communities. See what you can do to celebrate this year.
This edition also carries lots of voluntary vacancies and work day opportunities.
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