You can use this certificate to recognise the contribution that volunteers make in your group or district. You could also use it to thank a visiting speaker, or anyone who helps your group to raise funds. The attached PDF is print-ready, so can either be run off on your own printer or printed commercially.
Useful resources for Volunteer Co-ordinators referred to during the webinar include:
Woodcraft Folk has joined hundreds of other charities and community organisations backing the Keep Volunteering Voluntary Agreement which says:
Below is a suggested description for the role of Volunteer Co-ordinator for a group or District in Woodcraft Folk. You can also download it as a Word file. This document is found in the Volunteer Toolkit available online or in print from Folk Office.
If your District has any other volunteer role descriptions you'd like to share with the rest of the movement, do get in touch.
You're in one of the main sections of Woodcraft Folk's New Group Journey training module. The most important points to remember are listed first, and following that is a fuller explanation of what you need to do in this area.
This was the first real bushcraft camp to be held in the newly created bushcraft area in the woods at our very own camp site at Lurgashall, West Sussex.
The camp brought together 33 members from Portsmouth, Knaphill, Waltham Abbey, Spelthorne and Walton Districts. All the children and leaders worked really well together and we all had a great time. We were also joined for meals, in the evening, and at the final circle by members of the Woodcraft Park Farm young volunteers group including Josi, the new volunteer from IFM-SEI who will be with us for the next year.
Below is a PDF of the information we will shortly be emailing to all new members of national Woodcraft Folk as they sign up. Feel free to download copies to give to volunteers or potential members in your area.