Author Archives: Liz Woodman

About Liz Woodman

Liz Woodman is volunteering development assistant at NCVO, she supports all the work of the volunteering development team. Liz previously worked as volunteering officer for Alzheimer’s Society’s Central London office and co-ordinated the work of a busy volunteer centre in Bristol. She is passionate about volunteering and volunteers with a number of different organisations herself.

Volunteering round-up: August 2018

This month, we respond to the civil society strategy and the government responds to the Full-Time Social Action review. Plus, thoughts on festival volunteering, automatic disqualification, and more Continue reading

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Volunteering round-up: January 2017

National Citizen Service bill, volunteer legal status and reward, mentoring and befriending, supporting trustees, volunteering in later life, training and more Continue reading

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Volunteering round-up: November 2016

Youth social action, National Citizen Service bill, support for trustees, volunteering in health care, upcoming training and more Continue reading

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