Business in the Community – Free Skilled Business Volunteer Support

Business in the Community – Free Skilled Business Volunteer Support
14th September 2021 c360admin

 

Business in the Community is one of the prince’s charities and have business members across the UK who have all committed to being Responsible Businesses

 

Through the National Business Response Network they can help community groups and charities access free skilled business volunteer support

 

Examples of skilled volunteering areas of support

 

  • Finance/Business planning
    • Strategic business planning guidance/advice
    • budget planning support/training
    • proofing funding applications or talking through a strategy
    • financial modelling advice/support
    • Accountancy advice/guidance
  • HR
    • Staff/Volunteers or other people/operational management advice
    • Policy writing- e.g.: Equality and diversity, whistleblowing
    • Training development/delivery around wellbeing, D&I, other HR
    • Change Management
    • Staff/volunteer mentoring/training
  • IT, tech support
    • Advice/guidance on IT systems for better operational management and remote /in office working
    • Website and app design etc
  • Comms & Marketing:
    • Advice/guidance/delivery support on:
      • Marketing and communication of a campaign or organisation profile in general
      • PR of a campaign or organisation profile in general
      • Social media advice, guidance, training
      • Advice/guidance on remote events set up and delivery
    • General/Specialist services:
      • Project Management
      • Legal advice one off for a very specific need
      • Building maintenance support (e.g.: surveyors)
      • Construction project managers
      • Other general business/operational support

To request support for your organisation all you need do is submit a quick request here website

 

If you have any queries please contact Simon Walters simon.walters@bitc.org.uk 07843350077

Click here to read more :   NBRN-Connecting-national-business-support-to-local-needs.pdf (4 downloads)