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Volunteer Management Seminar – Cultivating Your Volunteers

Monday 13th May @ 1:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Kisharon, Jami and JVN invite anyone who works with volunteers to a joint session which will look at how staff and volunteers can work together to create a meaningful experience for all involved.

As volunteer managers we are keen to involve volunteers to support the work we do in our organisations. Often the managing of these volunteers is delegated to a member of staff who is not necessarily a volunteer manager. How can we ensure that all staff who work with volunteers are equipped to do so?

This session will cover:

  • Why people become volunteers
  • Our reasons for engaging with volunteers
  • What might be the challenges when working with volunteers
  • Overcoming barriers
  • Communication
  • Motivating our volunteers


Monday 13th May
1:00 pm - 4:30 pm
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Jewish Volunteering Network


Martin B Cohen Centre, Gould Way, Deansbrook Road, Edgware
London, HA8 9GL United Kingdom
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Steve can help you start volunteering

Steve promotes volunteer opportunities in the borough and provides guidance on how people can start volunteering. You can meet him at the drop-in sessions listed in the calendar.

You can also reach him through email,, or 0207 960 4282.


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