Volunteers Week 1st -7th June 2021

Volunteers with the Welwyn Hatfield Community and Voluntary Service share their volunteering experience for Volunteers’ Week

A Spotlight Moment for Volunteers We love to hear how our volunteers have found volunteering for us in our various schemes, they help our services run smoothly and are alway giving 100 percent and more. A massive thank you to these volunteers for stepping forward and sharing what they have found enjoyable in their positions. If you have found voluntary work through Volunteer Centre Welwyn Hatfield and would like to share your experience too, please email office@whcvs.org.uk. We are celebrating all volunteers throughout the year but especially for #VolunteersWeek. Don’t forget, we have a Volunteers Thank You Coffee Morning this Thursday 3rd June 11am – 12:30pm via Zoom and more events happening throughout the year can be view in What’s On. To learn more about volunteering or how to recruit volunteers for you organisation visit Volunteer Centre Welwyn Hatfield.

This week is Volunteers’ Week!

This year’s 37th annual #VolunteersWeek will be ‘A time to say thanks’. From 1-7 June, join us in recognising and thanking all #volunteers who supported our communities throughout this pandemic and all those who usually volunteer but have not been able to because of coronavirus. We will be celebrating all of the tremendous work and hours volunteers have contributed to organisations and the community. Join us on twitter and follow #VolunteersWeek to see all the achievements of volunteers around the country. .

Volunteers Week 1st -7th June

Volunteers’ Week is a time to say thanks for the contribution millions of people make across the UK through volunteering. Join us this year to recognise the fantastic contribution volunteers make. WHAT IS VOLUNTEERS’ WEEK? Volunteers Week takes place 1-7 June every year. It’s a chance to recognise the fantastic contribution volunteers make to our

The 7th WGC Girl Guides’ get picking at MoneyHole Park

Cheryl Horton our Project Coordinator for the Love Welwyn Hatfield project has been busy organising litter picking groups in and around Welwyn Hatfield. Today is World Earth Day and we are celebrating all those around our world, working to care for our precious planet. Close to home, we say a big thank you to the 7th WGC Girl Guides for their litter picking efforts at MoneyHole Park this week. Young people, your actions change the world! If you would like to get involved in helping to keeping Welwyn and Hafield looking beautiful, we have litter picking kits ready to go! Email Cheryl E: cheryl.horton@whcvs.org.uk

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