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Volunteer programme leads the field

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These indicators and practices assessed how the programme manages the volunteer programme from initial recruitment to volunteer processes and policies, as well as volunteer retention, support and recognition.

“We have further enhanced our volunteer programme, including improving our policies and processes and we have recently introduced an exciting new Evertonised recognition scheme which is exclusive to our volunteer programme.

Everton Football Club has become the first football club to receive the Investors in Volunteers IIV accreditation for its community volunteer programme delivered by Everton in the Community.

As part of the assessment process, EitC’s volunteer programme was marked against each of the nine indicators and 46 practices detailed within the IIV standard.

“We hope that more members of our local community decide to volunteer with EitC and we can build on the solid foundations that we currently have in place.”

The accreditation will help EitC demonstrate the effectiveness of its work with its team of volunteers and help the charity show its current volunteers – and potential volunteers – how much they are valued, as well as giving them confidence in Everton in the Community’s ability to provide an outstanding volunteer experience.

EitC volunteer manager Adam Howard said: “Volunteers are a huge part of our charity and, without them, we wouldn’t be in the fantastic position we are today.
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