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In our latest blog postguest author Hannah Whitehead, founder of Good Deed Datinglooks at how we can take a different approach to recruiting volunteers.

"For me it’s all about looking at volunteering from a different angle and modernising the way we engage people.  What else can you offer?  What are they going to get out of it?  That feel-good factor just isn’t enough anymore!"

You can always read more of Rob's writing on the Rob Jackson Consulting Ltd blog.

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Also, in his latest monthly column for Third Sector online, Rob explains why he has a problem with the term 'skilled volunteering'

I’ve always had an issue with using language that omits the word volunteer to describe volunteering that requires particular skills or competence. Why draw a distinction between employees using their professional skills pro bono and someone who might be a retired professional from the same field using exactly the same skills who is seen only as a volunteer?

Read the full article online and please feel free to share your thoughts by leaving a comment.

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