Lifelong leadership learning in Cumbria

Benefits to Volunteering

  1. Skill Development: Gain communication, leadership, and project planning skills while boosting your confidence.
  2. Health Benefits: Acts of kindness increase happiness, optimism, and well-being for both you and others.
  3. Engage Your Workforce: Encourage employees to volunteer for a happier, more productive workplace.
  4. Positive Workplace: Volunteering fosters a positive work culture and enhances employee perception of the employer.
  5. Strengthen Community Bonds: Connect with teachers, staff, and neighbors while making a difference locally.
  6. Inspire Others: Your actions inspire others, creating a ripple effect of positivity and inspiration.

 “My daughter was lucky enough to take part yesterday in activity involving volunteers from local businesses, and was raving about it when she got home. All she wanted to talk about when she went to bed was what she wanted to be when she was older, Thank you to the volunteers who gave up their time to come and share their experiences with the children and many thanks to everyone behind the scenes who organised it.”

Lindsay Walker, Parent and Teacher, Dearham School

Listen to some of our volunteers express their drive to volunteer

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Lifelong Leadership Learning in Cumbria