We won the Management of Volunteers Award at the Oxfordshire Charity Awards 2015

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Congratulations to our volunteer and training team and Alison Campbell, one of our fantastic volunteer coaches, who were recognised at the Oxfordshire Charity and Volunteer Awards on 4 February 2015.

‘We were astounded to win the Management of Volunteers Award,’ said Jeanne Humber, Restore Director of Volunteering and Training. ‘It is such an honour, particularly as Oxford Citizens Advice Bureau and Arch (Assisted Reading for Children in Oxfordshire) who were also short-listed in the same category do such amazing work and have incredibly committed and skilled volunteers.

‘At Restore we aim to offer our volunteers the best experience we can and are so thankful to them for all their hard work, enthusiasm and dedication.

‘We are always looking for more people to join Team Restore, so we would love to send out an invite to our Volunteer Interest Event on
alison-volunteer-award-197x300Tuesday, 10th February 6-8pm
at our Manzil Way site on the Cowley Road. We are having similar events in Banbury and Didcot on 25 February. Come along on the night or

‘And finally we wish to thank Brookes University for their sponsorship and Oxfordshire Community and Voluntary Action for organising such a marvellous event.’

Find out about volunteering at Restore

Or come along to our Volunteer Interest Evenings to learn about our different volunteering opportunities and talk to staff. Email volunteer@restore.org.uk for more information.