In this case study, discover how Glasgow Women’s Library (GWL) is involving women with protected characteristics by prioritising their volunteer applications and removing barriers to volunteering.
We are looking for volunteers to help our Volunteer Organisers Network host online events, make them accessible and give participants the best experience possible.
For the 26th United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26), we hosted a half-day event about how heritage volunteer programmes can tackle the climate crisis.
Have your volunteers been hard at work tour guiding, accessioning collections, serving on your board or undertaking other tasks? We’d love to feature them on our website and social media!
Are you looking for volunteers? Make Your Mark has launched a free portal for Scottish heritage organisations to advertise their volunteering opportunities.
For the Volunteer Organisers Network’s most recent event, Gün Orgun, part of Scottish Refugee Council’s Volunteer Development Team, discussed involving refugee volunteers.
On 20th May, we hosted a half-day conference about how to safely restart on-site volunteering programmes now that COVID-19 lockdowns have been lifted.
For the Volunteer Organisers Network’s second event, Gabrielle Macbeth, Volunteer Coordinator at Glasgow Women’s Library (GWL), shared her experience with recruiting local volunteers.
For the Volunteer Organisers Network’s first event, Mara Barth, Learning Officer at the National Galleries of Scotland (NGS), shared her experience with engaging with non-screen users.
We launched Make your Mark on Friday 4th December 2020 via Zoom! Watch recordings from the launch to learn more about the campaign and inclusive volunteering best practice.