Online reward and recognition toolkit

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Online reward and recognition toolkit

Cheshire West Voluntary Action (CWVA) and the Council have teamed up to launch the toolkit, which will help community groups and charities effectively
thank their volunteers.

The Council is keen to celebrate, thank and promote the outstanding work of volunteers across the borough. In the past, it has worked with partners to organise events that have thanked volunteers who support places and people.

This year, the Council has joined forces with CWVA to develop an online toolkit, which provides an easy way for charities and community groups to thank and reward those people who volunteer for them.

What is happening:
The reward and recognition toolkit aims to help volunteers feel appreciated for donating their time and skills.

The toolkit includes a range of downloads, ideas and a link to an inspirational volunteering song, which was produced at the Love to Give Volunteer
Celebration, hosted by the Council in 2018. Information, as well as the toolkit, can be found on the CWVA website.

For further information, contact: Julie Derbyshire, Interim Communication and Marketing Manager (Place)
Telephone: 01244 975628

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