Tag Archives: Time Well Spent research

Volunteering in the public sector: What we’ve learned

Today we are launching our new research report on volunteering in the public sector. Here are some of the findings that stood out. Continue reading

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Researching diversity and volunteering

In 2020 we plan to research in-depth the theme of diversity and volunteering. Find out more about the project and how you can get involved. Continue reading

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ESV research – reflections from the Corporate Volunteering Network

The Corporate Volunteering Network provide their perspective on our research into employer-supported volunteering (ESV) Continue reading

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Looking at the future of employer-supported volunteering

Some of the highlights from our new report into employer-supported volunteering (ESV) published today. Continue reading

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Benefitting from Time Well Spent: Why is enjoyment taboo in volunteering?

NCVO research showed 'enjoyment' as the top-ranked benefit of volunteering, but why is other research often reluctant to acknowledge enjoyment as a benefit? Continue reading

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Five key insights on volunteering from our Time Well Spent report

Insights from our volunteering research show the importance of the social aspect of volunteering, the power of saying 'thanks' and much more... Continue reading

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Time Well Spent: What we’ve learned about the volunteer experience

Our Time Well Spent report details the findings from our national survey of over 10,000 people across Britain on their volunteering experiences. Continue reading

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