The second in a series of research-led reports in which Royal Voluntary Service, alongside leading volunteering experts, examines the motivations, attitudes, benefits, routes and barriers to volunteering.
Volunteers have always played a significant role in the NHS, particularly in hospitals. This report looks at what’s changed in the last decade and particularly in 2020 as a result of the response to COVID, including the contribution made by NHS Volunteer
Royal Voluntary Service Report and Accounts for the year ended 29 March 2020.
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