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There is a real focus in the sector on Employer Supported Volunteering (ESV) at the moment, for example, the government’s proposed 3-days paid volunteering leave for employees, and small charities often get left out of these conversations but now your views are being sought to help shape the future of ESV.
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York Cares in collaboration with the Universities of Hull and Sheffield, the Office for Civil Society, Business in the Community and the National Council for Voluntary Organisations invite you to a regional workshop examining the challenges of engaging with Employer Supported Volunteering (ESV).
This is a brilliant opportunity to network with, and hear from, local and national businesses, infrastructure organisations and representatives from the Cabinet Office whilst inputting in to the future of Employer Supported Volunteering.
Paul Schofield, Policy Manager, Local Intelligence Team, Office for Civil Society
Kevin Glenton, Senior Development Underwriter, Hiscox
Holly Hennell, Acting Manager, York Cares
Debbie Bullock, Community Investment Manager, Aviva
Shahida Iqbal, Director, Manar Associates Ltd
The event will offer participants from the public, private and third sectors the chance to explore the challenges of building effective and sustainable partnerships to maximise the impact of ESV with the aim of:
In addition, a member of the Office for Civil Society’s Local Intelligence Team will also be providing details of the broader Skills Exchange Campaign and outlining ways in which local organisations can gain support to take these agendas forward.
There is also a small travel expense fund available for five small charity attendees to help them attend this workshop. Please email Jon Burchell directly to find out more about this on: firstname.lastname@example.org
Places at the event are limited. Please click here to register or if you would like more information about the event please contact either: Jon Burchell: email@example.com or Harriet Orkney: firstname.lastname@example.org