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To Showcase Best Volunteering Practice – The REVAMP Quality Mark



In a bid to showcase and increase best practice in Volunteer Management across Kent, organisations are being given the opportunity to gain the REVAMP Quality Mark.

As part of the Stronger Kent Communities consortium activities, the Canterbury & Herne Bay Volunteer Centre will be hosting the next Kent-wide workshops featuring the REVAMP Quality Mark (Recognition of Excellent Volunteer Management & Practice).

The purpose of the REVAMP Quality Mark is to both showcase and increase best practice in Volunteer Management across Kent.

Devised by a number of Volunteer Centres in Kent, the Quality Mark has recently been successfully piloted in the Canterbury District and is now being extended across Kent.

REVAMP is a low cost, straightforward process which will enable you to show that your organisation offers meaningful and well-supported opportunities to existing and potential volunteers.

This workshop is being held on Thursday 27th June 2017, between 10.00am and12:30pm, at Tree Community Centre Cedar Road, Dartford, with further dates to be announced later in the season.

These workshops are free to attend; but the consortium does advise submissions for the Quality Mark will include a £100 charge per organisation.

For more information, and to book your place for the event, visit the REVAMP website.

Medway Voluntary Action (MVA) have recently been awarded the Quality Mark, you can read a blog about our experience here

MVA have also recently launched the Medway Volunteer Network (MVN), where not only can organisations access information and advice for Medway organisations wishing to engage and support volunteers; volunteers have the opportunity to join the Network and access information and support for volunteers across Medway. For more details visit the MVA website.


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