Skills Based Volunteering

Using 35 years’ experience of building mutually beneficial partnerships, Business in the Community is well-placed to provide strategic guidance, practical tools, facilitation and evaluation to enable your business to have the greatest possible positive impact in the community through skills-based volunteering.

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Business drivers for community engagement vary for each business; some of the key areas that businesses can benefit from engagement can include:

  • Employee engagement
  • Skills development
  • Developing a future talent pipeline
  • Evidencing positive community impact
  • Sharing and learning best practice through our networks
  • Tackling diversity
  • Raising awareness of your brand
  • Contributing to the community

Get Involved

To find out more about how we can support your community engagement programmes please contact:

  • Hayliegh Beckles, Operations Manager South: Community Engagement & Education 
  • Michael Harvey, Operations Manager North: Community Engagement & Education

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