Invitation to a minimum of 6 Volunteer Managers Network meetings per year.Find out more about the Volunteer Managers Network
Promoting your volunteer opportunities – check out our ‘Volunteer Vacancies page‘VANEL has many years experience of supporting local volunteer recruitment. As an annual subscriber we will advertise your opportunities on our website and via a wide range of bespoke recruitment methods.
Reduced fee’s on the Supporting Volunteers AwardGain the Supporting Volunteers Award, a local quality award for your volunteer programme to demonstrate the great experience your volunteers gain from their roles and the great service you provide to your service users.
Reduced fee’s on volunteer and volunteer management training opportunitiesAccess to low price training especially designed for people responsible for volunteer recruitment and management and their volunteers.
General volunteer management supportIf you need to upgrade your programme, design a new volunteer handbook, develop volunteer recruitment forms, we can help. Got a problem and not sure how to address it? We can help!
Subscribers receive personalised support to make their programme the best!
Invitation to participate in Volunteer Development Service organised eventsVanel works with the Greater Lincolnshire Volunteer Group and the Yorkshire and Humber Volunteer Centre Group and will keep you up to date and involved in any volunteering related events locally, regionally or nationally.
SUBSCRIPTION FEE: £50 per annum for VANEL members and £75 per annum for non-VANEL members. Download here to select the services.
If you are interested in becoming a member of VANEL you can find out more here.
PLEASE NOTE: Organisations that choose not to subscribe to the Volunteer Development Service can pay per service.
Humber & Wolds Rural Action
Hope Specialist Service
West Marsh Community Centre
North East Lincolnshire Youth Offending Service
Grimsby in Bloom
St. Andrew’s Hospice
Friendship at Home
NLAG NHS Foundation Trust
Bee Future Aviators
Blue Light Brigade
Medical Detection Dogs
Royal British Legion