East Sussex Community Voice have been awarded Investing in Volunteers Accreditation

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We are pleased to announce that we have been awarded Investing in Volunteers.

East Sussex Community Voice is proud to be an organisation that values it’s volunteers. Our volunteers are an integral part of what we do, they are the voices of our communities and ensure the public voices are heard and listened to.

Over the Last 12 months the team have worked hard to demonstrate our commitment to volunteering with ESCV. Our volunteers were involved in the application and assessment, meeting with the assessor to talk about their experience of volunteering with us.

Achieving the Investing in Volunteers award shows our communities, partners and volunteers that we are a volunteering first organisation. We will continue to work to provide valuable volunteering experiences.

If you are passionate about ensuring public and community voices are heard get in touch to find out about volunteering with ESCV and across out projects and programmes.

Further information

To find out about our volunteering opportunities please get in touch.

Visit: https://www.escv.org.uk/get-involved-volunteer

Telephone: 01323 403590

Email: info@escv.org.uk

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