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Check out this resource bank for new ways to find volunteers in employability spaces, and top tips for using guiding in CVs and interviews.
Reach new volunteers and members through social media. Find useful tips and pre-written captions to help step up your social media recruitment in this resource!
Reach out to prospective volunteers in your local area! Here’s a recruitment press release template to help you spread the word that you’re on the lookout for more volunteers to join your team.
These posters are to help encourage prospective new volunteers to sign up and help out at your unit. The posters have been designed to be personalised and written upon once printed out.
Use this template to find out which tasks parents and family members could take on to support your unit.
Example of different ways you could bring tasks to life for parents to recruit support for your unit.
This resource gives more detailed suggestions for involving parents and family members.
This pack includes practical advice and tools for involving family members in your unit.
Use our handy plan in the run up to opening a new unit.
We’ve pulled together some responses to common responses people give when asked to volunteer.
If you’re asking local businesses to support their employees to volunteer with Girlguiding, share this leaflet to help them see how they too could benefit.
The transferable skills you gain as a Girlguiding volunteer can really help your CV stand out. Have a copy at your recruitment stand to show that being a member of Girlguiding doesn’t only benefit girls.