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Heritage Volunteering Group Conference 2020
12 June 2020 @ 09:00 - 17:00£10 – £75
The Heritage Volunteering Group exists to help organisations and volunteer managers unlock the power of volunteering. On 12 June, they will be holding their annual conference at the Whitworth, Manchester.
The event brings together volunteer managers and leaders from across the sector to investigate the issues affecting volunteering today. This year’s conference will explore the role of leading in volunteering.
With speakers including Ruth Ibegbuna, founding CEO of ‘RECLAIM’ and the Roots Programme, and Richard Gough, Director of the Soldiers of Shropshire Museum. Plus, workshops covering strategic thinking to creating more diverse volunteer programmes, if you manage volunteers this is the conference for you.
The event also hosts the Heritage Volunteering Group’s Volunteer Leader of the Year Award, which celebrates outstanding achievements in volunteer management and leadership. Our 2020 award is sponsored by The Churches Conservation Trust with a donated Champing experience for the winner. Those awarded commendations will receive a copy of The Complete Volunteer Management Handbook, by Rob Jackson et al, donated by the Directory of Social Change. Our nomination form can be found here.
Deadline for submissions is Monday 5.00 p.m. 16 March 2020. Tickets are available for:
- Early bird: £68.50 (available until Friday 1st May)
- Standard £75 (available until Friday 22nd May)
A limited number of £10 tickets are also available for volunteers. To access these please email [email protected] stating the name of your organisation, the volunteer who would like to attend and why. You will be issued with a special code to access discounted tickets. Discounted tickets will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.
To book your tickets, or for more information, visit www.whitworth.manchester.ac.uk/whats-on/events/hvgconference/
Email: [email protected]
Visit our Website
Roots Programme: https://rootsprogramme.org/
Soldiers of Shropshire Museum website
The Whitworth website
Churches Conservation Trust website
Directory of Social Change website
For any questions or further information please contact Fiona Carris, at [email protected]