Change and transformation in 2015/16

We are delighted to share with you some highlights from our annual review 2015/16. It was a busy and exciting time here at Reach as our operations went from a manually brokered service to a self-service and peer to peer one.

Last year we:

• recorded 506 volunteer placements
• supported 306 charities
• made 2,300 introductions between charities and volunteers.

We estimate that the total value of the skills transferred to the sector by our volunteers is £7.3m.

So, what next? Our focus is firmly on the not-for-profits and volunteers who use our service.

We will keep seeking feedback to improve our service and help our users to achieve their end goals, both increasing capacity and strengthening the governance of organisations, and helping volunteers find professionally rewarding ways to make a difference.

Read more about our achievements and our plans for the year ahead in our full annual review 2015/16.

Lucia is the Marketing and Communications Manager at Reach Volunteering.
June 8th, 2016 by