Many charity boards see the need to upskill their boards, staff and volunteers better to implement digital service delivery, products or infrastructure.
Increasing wellbeing – through volunteering or other means – is good for individuals and the communities they are part of.
Impact reports have the potential to be useful tools for charities and their audiences.
Volunteers need to demonstrate behaviour in accordance with your charity’s values and volunteers should be recognised when they do the same.
Investing in volunteers, their skills and your charity’s volunteer culture will be important in building a sustainable charity.