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vinvolved Manchester launches impact report and youth volunteering toolkit at conference

On the 16th of November 2010 the Manchester vinvolved team held the ‘Manchester vinvolved Movement Conference’ at the Museum of Science and Industry. During the conference the delegates got the chance to: –

  • listen to a group of young volunteers showcasing a film they had made about youth volunteering in Manchester
  • be presented with the findings of an impact report on youth volunteering in Manchester carried out with the Centre for Local Economic Strategies (CLES)
  • discuss future sustainability by receiving the first part in a series of toolkits for organisations and looking at youth volunteering support’s role within ‘Big Society’ Britain
  • hear from the Manchester Partnership Working Group’s Volunteers Task Group about the development of volunteering infrastructure in Manchester.

Over sixty workers attended from a variety of organisations from the public, private and third sector. Feedback given on the event included: –

“really enjoyed the event, really well run”

“I look forward to reading the report in full”

“very interesting”

“you should all be very proud of yourselves”

To view a copy of the impact report – Understanding the Impact of the Manchester vinvolved team, the Engaging Young Volunteers Toolkit or the film about youth volunteering in Manchester please go to our Resource Library in the Projects and Services section on this website.

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