Value of Volunteering Wheel

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Note: This resource has been developed by Volunteer Canada. You can find the original website here.

The Value of Volunteering Wheel illustrates the many benefits of volunteering to building confidence, competence, connections, and community. It also serves as a portal to research that examines the social and economic value to organizations, neighbourhoods, businesses, society-at-large and to volunteers themselves. By clicking on the different sections within the document or scrolling down, you can explore this field from many angles.Please share any additional studies with us so that we can keep the wheels turning!

Volunteers

Wellbeing

Skill-development

Sense of belonging

Integrating newcomers

Organizations

Capacity

Access to skills

Community engagement

Diversity

Businesses

Attracting talent

Workforce development

Employee engagement

Stakeholder relations

Neighbourhoods

Resiliency

Leadership

Cohesion

Social inclusion

Society

Just society

Citizen engagement

Informed public policy

Enhanced democracy

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