You'll be surprised at the impact a volunteering day can have on your staff, your business and your communityKate Shepherd
Throughout November and December, we’ve been incredibly busy working with companies who wanted to do something for their communities in the lead up to Christmas.
We’ve worked with close to 100 volunteers and 12 different community partners across London. From Reading to Dagenham, we’ve had the chance to see first hand the impact our volunteers have had on their local communities. They’ve helped set up Christmas decorations, battle social isolation amongst the elderly, support some of London’s busiest food banks, cook for people living with limited access to food, and brighten up schools and care homes with murals.
The wonderful team from Hanover Communications ready to serve the meal they prepared and cooked for 60+ people in connection with a homeless project.
The enthusiastic team from Jagermeister powering through the rain at a park in South London on their employee volunteering day.
One of our Tictrac volunteers getting creative with a sensory mural at a care home in east London.
Of course, volunteering isn’t just for Christmas, and throughout the year we help companies get the very best and most enjoyable volunteering experience possible. We aim to provide an employee volunteering day that really works – engaging your staff and helping them develop confidence and skills, while supporting small community groups that often don’t have the resources to provide an effective, properly structured volunteering experience.