Volunteers Week 2023

Volunteers Week Banner with yellow, purple and blue bunting and text reading, thank you to all our amazing volunteers.

This week (1-7 June) is Volunteers Week, a national opportunity to recognise the incredible contribution volunteers make across our communities and to say thank you.

We would like to take this opportunity to recognise the fantastic contribution our incredible volunteers make.

From observations and conversations our volunteers have gathered feedback and insight that have helped to shape the services in and across East Sussex.

Just some of our volunteer activity includes;

  • Capturing peoples lived experiences
  • Delivering campaigns and activity
  • Conducting observational visits to services across the county
  • Mystery shopping
  • Holding focus groups
  • Sharing information at events and meetings
  • Promoting and sharing surveys

This activity helps ensure we raise the profile of issues that matter when it comes to improving the services in your community.

To read more about volunteers week please visit, the volunteer week website here.

For more information

For an informal chat about our volunteer roles and the opportunities available, get in touch today.

Email: volunteer@escv.org.uk

Call: 0333 101 4007

Visit: our Get Involved pages here.

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