September’s Southwark Volunteer Story – Team Day with Better Bankside
Community Southwark is beginning a new chapter to help its corporate partners make the biggest impact for their staff and the charities and community groups across the borough.
August’s Southwark Volunteer Story – Nunhead Repair Cafe
Every month we’ll be highlighting an inspiring volunteer story from an organisation in Southwark. This month our spotlight is on Nunhead Repair Cafe, a volunteer run community group working to make our borough more sustainable.
Primary Schools and Community Groups for 50+ Needed for Free Choir Project
12 Choirs of Christmas supports mental health and wellbeing by partnering community groups for people aged 50+ with primary schools across London to create 12 intergenerational choirs.
Volunteers needed at Tate Modern!
Have you thought about volunteering at Tate Modern? As a Volunteer Visitor Host, you will welcome visitors, providing them with useful and relevant information on way finding, art and daily activities. This role is based at Tate Modern.
Promoting Diversity in Volunteering
In this blog, Community Southwark's work experience student, Kai, looks into why diversity can help community and voluntary groups thrive.
Trustee Opportunity with the Fat Beehive
The Fat Beehive Foundation is an independent UK registered charity that provides small grants for websites and digital products to other small UK registered charities
July’s Southwark Volunteer Story
Every month we'll be highlighting an inspiring volunteer story from an organisation in Southwark. This month we're telling Clive's story, a volunteer at HMS Belfast.
Volunteer for our Advice Service!
Do you want to gain experience in the charity sector? Would you like to help community groups in Southwark find more volunteers? Volunteer with us!
Our programmes see empathetic business experts share their expertise with charities, bringing new perspectives, diverse skills and vast experience to bear on the challenges they’re facing.
Charity Evaluation Working Group
Many charities employ research and evaluation staff, ranging from below one full-time equivalent person to multiple people. This means some have peers to support and advise them, whilst others may find themselves working alone. This is where the Charity Evaluation Working Group (ChEW) steps in.