Get your company volunteering

TimeBank makes rewarding employee volunteering accessible to everyone

Research shows that volunteering helps staff develop leadership, decision-making and negotiation skills. It can also help staff develop as individuals, boost morale and improve retention*. But we’re not here to give you an endless list of facts and figures to convince you of the benefits of employee volunteering. We’re here to make things as easy as possible for you and your employees to get involved so you can experience these benefits for yourselves.

Take a look at this video from creative content company Southerly. They wanted to make a difference in their local community – so we told them about a school that needed their help ...

TimeBank’s focus is to make employee volunteering rewarding and accessible to everyone. Whether you’re big or small, looking for a one-off team project or a personalised programme, we’re here to help you find the best option for your organisation.

We've put together a flyer answering your most frequently asked questions which you can download below - to find out more, email or phone us on 0203 111 0721.

Shelley Hoppe, CEO of Southerly

We could have simply had a whip round in the office and donated money to charity. But we wanted to use our creative skills to bond as a team, have fun and do something to make a big impact somewhere nearby that really needed it.
Shelley Hoppe
CEO of Southerly

*Source: Volunteering – The Business Case (City of London 2010)

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