Corporate or employer-supported volunteering encourages employees to donate their time to community causes. Employers provide their staff one and in some cases two days (weekdays) per year to support a charity as part of their corporate social responsibility program. Corporations are growing in their commitment to being good (and being seeing to be good) corporate citizens.
The Salvation Army attracts a lot of interest from corporates, often groups but also individual employees keen to help for a day. This can provide valuable extra hands to do a variety of things including gardening, painting, cleaning or ‘softer’ activities - proof reading, IT training, logistics etc.
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Engaging Corporate Volunteers requires a 6 stage process for best outcomes
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