‘Ambitious and person-centred’ vision for the future for volunteering

Volunteering should become part of everyone’s life by 2032, but organisations need to devolve power to individuals and communities, according to a new report. 

The Vision for Volunteering movement, led by NAVCA, NCVO, Volunteering Matters, the Association of Volunteer Managers and Sport England, today published their key themes, following an evidence gathering phase which heard from over 300 people.

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Ann is currently leading the Engaged Communities' Executive Team. Previous to joining EC, Ann has experience managing significant digital projects across complex environments within the utilities, water and local government sectors.

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