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Volunteer Co-ordinators Networking Forum - Hastings - 21st February 2018

The Networking Forums take place in venues all over the County and open to anyone who has responsibility for involving and engaging volunteers anywhere in East Sussex. This is the Hastings forum and will take place at SCCH

The Forums are designed as informal meetings that allow anyone working with volunteers the opportunity to learn and talk more about specific volunteering topics as well as offering the chance to;

  • Meet with other people working with volunteers throughout East Sussex
  • Get up to date information about volunteer management training, funding and other volunteering initiatives in your area.
  • Discover the latest news from the national volunteering sector and how it affects your organisation.

Each forum has a focused topic. It doesn’t matter if you have worked with volunteers for five minutes, or for five years and more…everyone has something to offer and you will be very welcome.

Attendance at all the Forums is completely free but there is often limited space in the venues and demand for places is usually high, so to be sure of your place, please book early

The person to email concerning these events is Tanya at Hastings Voluntary Action

tanya@hvauk.org

February 21st, 2018 10:00 AM   through   12:30 PM
Sussex Coast College Hastings
Hastings, TN34 1BA
United Kingdom

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