Five reasons to volunteer your skills

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In celebration of Volunteers Week 2019 and in particular, in recognition of the special day dedicated to skills-based and corporate volunteering, we give you five reasons to volunteer your skills, supported by our partners Legal and General.

Develop new skills and experience

Use your existing skills to help a good cause, and learn and develop new ones.

Expand your professional networks

Meet people from diverse professional backgrounds.  


Donate your skills to a great cause

Boost charities capacity, increase their effectiveness and their innovation.


Develop strategic experience as a Trustee

Trusteeship is one of the most effective methods of professional development and community engagement.


Volunteering is beneficial on both a personal and professional level 

Compelling research suggests that volunteering is literally good for your health.

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