volunteering

Join Woodcraft's Friendship Festival!

Event date: 
27 October 2012 - 2:00pm - 5:00pm
Event location: 
Dulwich South London Scout Centre

An afternoon of fun activities for volunteers to join in the collaborative and co-operative games and crafts which are the fundamental activities of Woodcraft Folk. 2-5pm on Saturday 27th October at Dulwich South London Scout Centre.

Make a Difference Day

Event date: 
27 October 2012 (All day)
Event location: 
Anywhere you want

Celebrate the power of volunteering!

 

This year it's all about the skills people use to volunteer. Where would Woodcraft be without the co-operation, camping, communication, and faciliation skills of our volunteers?

Why not use your autumn term to organise an event celebrating the people who help run your group and district?

Outline Task Lists for Volunteers

Below are concise list of tasks for volunteer roles in Woodcraft Folk Groups and Districts, necessary to function at what is currently considered best practice.

Case study: the role of 'Meeter and Greeter'

Ealing District have developed a new role that helps them engage parents. Below, Tom talks about why and how they did this, and how it's helping his group:

Why volunteer with Woodcraft Folk?

Woodcraft Folk runs on the passion and energy of thousands of volunteers. With the support of regional and central resources, local Woodcraft groups decide their own programme and co-ordinate their own events and camps.

National Volunteer Guide

Below you can download details of all the volunteer roles available at a local level in Woodcraft Folk groups around the UK. They're divided into three groups:

  • First steps - roles suitable for your first experience of volunteering in Woodcraft Folk
  • More involved - roles needing a bit more time and experience
  • Regular commitment - roles for those who've been volunteering for a while and want more responsibility

Cudham Working Weekend

Event date: 
10 September 2011 - 10:00am - 11 September 2011 - 5:00pm
Event location: 
Cudham Centre

If you would be interested in helping out at the Cudham Working weekend contact Catherine McCarthy on cudham@woodcraft.org.uk.

Volunteer Policy

Below you will find our Volunteer Policy available for download.

This policy seeks to:

  • Identify how Woodcraft Folk involves and recruits volunteers;
  • Make a strong commitment to supporting diversity;
  • Clarify what volunteers can expect from Woodcraft Folk and in return what is expected of them;
  • Confirm volunteer selection and screening requirements; and
  • Signpost volunteers and volunteer co-ordinators to a range of policies and resources that have been designed to support their engagement within Woodcraft Folk on a local and national level.

Camden Volunteer Guide

This resource was created by Camden Woodcraft Folk, with a grant from their local Volunteer Centre.


The booklet describes the variety of volunteering roles available at a group and District level. Download it below.

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