Please find useful resources and links from the Big Event 2015 below:
The Big Event 2015 brochure
Presentations at Conference
Engaging the volunteer of the future (Kristen Stephenson, NCVO)
Supported Volunteering (Angie Lowe, Hastings Furniture Service)
Community Involvemen & Good Neighbour Scheme (Teresa Gittins, Action in rural Sussex)
Successful volunteer recruitment (Lee Shepherd, VCES)
Go to www.scope.org.uk to read Scope's Top 10 tips to include disabled volunteers.
Volunteer Centre East Sussex published the Essential Guide to recruiting diverse volunteers.
For several relevant articles visit www.volunteering.org.uk and search for Supported Volunteering.
Volunteer Centre East Sussex at www.vces.org.uk (Full list of resources available later this summer)
Help from Home at www.helpfromhome.org feature a great range of information and resources.
NCVO publishes regular blog entries on volunteering and specifically micro-volunteering. The following is a helpful start for research: Giving a little time: A practical guide to exploring and developing the potenial for micro-volunteering for your organisation
Visit www.knowhownonprofit.org to read an article about how to start a microvolunteering project.
Sign up to view skillsforchange.com's information on skilled online micro-tasks of other organisations.
Volunteer Centre East Sussex has relevant guides on recruitment on their website.
Advertise your volunteering opportunities for free on national website www.do-it.org.