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Tue, 27 Jun


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Time Well Spent 2023: Is volunteering still ‘time well spent’?

Join us for the launch of our latest Time Well Spent volunteering research. We’ll share findings and learnings and offer a space for reflection and debate.

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Time Well Spent 2023: Is volunteering still ‘time well spent’?
Time Well Spent 2023: Is volunteering still ‘time well spent’?

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27 Jun 2023, 10:15 – 11:30

Virtual Event

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Time Well Spent is NCVO’s research programme focusing on volunteers and their experience.Since we released our original Time Well Spent research findings in 2019 we’ve had a global pandemic, a cost of living crisis and more. But has the volunteer experience changed?In this session, we'll share the latest findings from our new Time Well Spent survey. The results are based on over 7,000 adults across Great Britain. We’ll look at what’s changed (and what hasn’t) and invite reflections from our panel and attendees.

PRICING This event is free.If you’re an NCVO member, don’t forget to log in before booking onto the event.If you’d like to take advantage of our membership benefits, learn more about becoming an NCVO member. Organisations with a gross annual income of less than £30,000 can join NCVO for free.

OUTCOMES By the end of the event, you’ll have:learned about the latest findings from our new Time Well Spent research heard our expert panel’s initial reflections on the policy and practice implications had the opportunity to share your own questions and reflections with our team, the panel and other attendees.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND? Volunteer leads and managers Researchers Policymakers

WHO’S DELIVERING THE EVENT? NCVO is running this event. We’ll welcome panel members who’ll reflect on the findings.

HOW WILL IT BE DELIVERED? This event will take place on Zoom. Captions will be available.We'll share joining instructions, including the Zoom link, one week in advance.Timings are as follows.10.15: Welcome 10.20: Research findings from our NCVO research team 10.40: Reflections from our panel members:Alison Jeffrey, deputy director of volunteering and tackling loneliness at the Department for Culture, Media and Sport, Suzi Holland, deputy chief executive at Eczema Outreach Support, Stephanie Thompson, VCSE & community development manager at Community Impact Bucks 11.00: Q&A 11.20: Concluding reflections from Alex Farrow, director of influencing and engagement at NCVO 11.30: Finish

YOUR ACCESS NEEDS We’re committed to running accessible training and events. We want you to feel welcome, included, and able to fully engage in our sessions.All online events will have closed captions. We're also happy to arrange speech to text writers or BSL interpreters (subject to availability).To help us, please share any access needs you have when prompted by our booking form. We may be in touch to ensure we’re making the right adjustments.

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