2nd October 2018: Stirling MSP Bruce Crawford has backed Stirling’s bid to become the European Volunteering Capital 2020. The competition is run by the European Volunteer Centre and recognises regions that offer outstanding support to volunteers. Previous winners have been Barcelona, Lisbon and London. If Stirling’s bid is successful, it will be the first Scottish.
30th September 2018: Stirling Festival of Volunteering Family Day attracted over 2500 people to King’s Park on Saturday, proving the city has the feel good factor. George Thomson, Chief Executive of Volunteer Scotland, said: “The family day is all about connecting people and building strong communities. We recognise that people aren’t just interested in individual.
27th September 2018: The city has been presented with its candidacy certificate as it aims to be named European Volunteering Capital 2020 Stirling’s bid to be named the European Volunteering Capital has been backed by the Scottish Government. Communities secretary Aileen Campbell has given her support to the bid to be named the centre of volunteering in.
26th September 2018: Stirling’s Festival of Volunteering came to a close with an event aimed at ensuring volunteering is more inclusive for young people. Young volunteers have highlighted what they feel is important to ensure greater participation in volunteering. Stirling’s Festival of Volunteering drew to a close yesterday (Tuesday 25 September) with an event aimed.
7th September 2018: Stirling’s Festival of Volunteering is back for 2018, 19-25 September. This year’s week-long celebration will focus on inclusive volunteering and building strong communities. George Thomson, Chief Executive of Volunteer Scotland said: “The Festival is not just about recognising existing volunteers, it’s about reaching people who experience exclusion from volunteering and bringing communities together. We.
2nd July 2018: The competition, run by the European Volunteer Centre, recognises regions which offer outstanding support for volunteers. Previous winners include Barcelona, Lisbon, London and Sligo (Ireland). Aarhus in Denmark currently holds the title and will be succeeded by Kosice (Slovakia) in 2019. If Stirling is successful, Scotland will be home to a European.