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Volunteer Satisfaction Survey 2018 results (April 2019)

Our volunteers are vital in the support we provide. We could not support as many people without our volunteers alongside us and our befriending and peer support teams could not operate at all without them.

It is important to us that our volunteers are satisfied and fulfilled within their roles. Our annual Volunteer Satisfaction Survey sits alongside day-to-day support and supervision as a way of ensuring this is the case.

The full report is available by clicking on the link to the right.

Some comments given in the survey:

  • 'I really cannot speak more highly of my experience - and have told almost everyone I know about it.'
  • 'Everyone is nice and I always have things to do so I feel productive.'
  • 'Everyone has been so welcoming and friendly.'
  • 'I have a busy life working and socially but I lacked a sense of purpose and meaning which volunteering has given me.'
  • 'I've enjoyed my time volunteering - people have been very friendly and supportive, my manager checks in regularly to ensure I'm getting as much out of the experience as I'm putting in. I feel appreciated and useful in my role.'
  • 'Volunteering puts structure in my week and helps keep me well.'
  • 'I have enjoyed all aspects of my volunteering with Health in Mind thanks largely to the professional training and supervision provided by the staff.'


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