How you can get involved

There's lots of opportunities for you to get involved in a big way or a small way - award ceremonies, volunteer recruitment campaigns, tea Volunteers Week logoparties, or just a simple 'thank you' card - the NCVO have put together helpful ideas and tips to make Volunteers Week a success for you.

Promoting your activity

You can put your events and activities on the Volunteers Week Map via the Volunteers Week website.  We'd also love to hear your ideas and will promote local Bucks activities on our website, Twitter and Facebook.  Tell us what you're doing by emailing caroline@communityimpactbucks.org.uk

Have you got a good story to tell?

We're looking for individuals who want to share their volunteering story with us and the wider world!  During Volunteers Week we'll be featuring a new story every day via our website, Twitter and Facebook as well as local media.  Can you help us?  It's a great opportunity to promote not just volunteering, but also to shout about the work of your charity.  Get in touch with caroline@communityimpactbucks.org.uk