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Newly formed Tenants and Residents Association in Brent were looking at ways to engage their community. With the area undergoing regeneration the TRA is a way to give a voice to those living through the regeneration.
In order to implement better processes around volunteer management and attract funding for our volunteer programmes, Baytree were seeking to achieve UK quality standard for good practice in volunteer management: ‘Investing in Volunteers’.
Climate Ed, being in the early stages of development, were looking at reviewing their budget so that it could be structured with confidence. For all charitable organisations, a strong budget allows confident strategic planning and funding planning.
Home-Start Wandsworth came to Link UP London looking for support developing out their impact reporting capacity. Home-Start supports families with young children under the age of five.
Commons Legal was looking to boost their online presence. Volunteer Aggie stepped in to support!
SWLLC needed support with their annual review and Lou, a local graphic designer, was matched onto the project! Read here about how skilled volunteering can be done remotely!
Wandsworth Mediation Service is modernising and expanding its outreach and wanted to make sure that their policy documents and handbooks are all up-to-date and accurate. A Link UP volunteer stepped in to support them!
When Citizen Advice Wandsworth needed to review their messaging, communications professional Guy, an experienced communications professional who works with large companies helped them out.
Welcare were in need of advice on a redesign of their website. In order to create a site that truly worked for its users, the organisation were trying to understand the most suitable way to generate feedback.
Being heavily reliant on volunteer support, JAGS had been seeking to update their staff policies and procedures in order to protect the organisation and to counter issues that in the past would have affected the smooth day to day running of the organisation.
Free2B Alliance were in need of support in developing a strategy for raising unrestricted funds to ensure that they are able to continue their activity. This is how a Link UP Volunteer supported them!
The Neighbourhood Watch has a stigma of being seen as a “stale” organisation and there is an urgent need to give people a fresh perspective of the people involved. Laura supported through a new series of corporate headshots!
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