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Volunteers - We want to hear your views!
Are you a volunteer in the homelessness sector or do you know someone who is?
Are you interested in helping us and other organisations learn from your volunteering experiences to make it better for you and for those that you support?
Do you want to share your views and experiences to help us shape the future of volunteering in the homelessness sector?
If the answer to any of these questions is ‘yes’, then we would like to hear from you. We want to hear from a wide variety of volunteers, and are particularly interested in hearing from you if you have experiences of volunteering before and then during COVID-19 lockdown.
The MK Homelessness Partnership is creating a Volunteer Forum to understand your experiences. We want to hear about what's worked well and what can be done across the sector to improve volunteering, support volunteers and get the very best possible outcomes for the people we are all supporting.
The MKHP Volunteer Forum will be run remotely through zoom for the time being and will be a chance to have your views and voices heard.
Our plan is to set up the Forum by the end of November. If you are interested in being involved then please complete our 'Expression of Interest' form and submit by 30th October 2020.
Don’t sit on the side-lines, make your views and experiences count! Get in contact with us today, we are waiting to hear from you.
If you are an organisation that works with volunteers, please spread the word and encourage them to get in contact. If you have questions on how your organisation might get involved with the Forum or the service, please contact Kate Mundle, MKHP Programme Manager, email@example.com or telephone 01908 382368.
This programme is supported by a generous grant from MK Community Foundation.