Whether you're arranging your own activity or joining a Business in the Community project, the information shared here will ensure that Give & Gain is a success for your business.
Communicating your involvement in Give & Gain
Promoting your involvement.pdf
This document provides guidance on how best to promote your involvement in Give & Gain internally and externally.
Here's a poster that you can use to recruit volunteers for your Give & Gain. There's space to add details of what you're doing in the box at the bottom.
Case study template.pdf
Guide to communicating your involvement in Give & Gain.
Running Give & Gain
The business case.pdf
An outline of the business benefits of employee volunteering in Give & Gain and how to persuade others it's something they should be doing.
Ten reasons to get involved.pdf
Ten benefits of taking part in Give & Gain.
Selecting your focus.pdf
As a business, once you decide that you want to take part in Give & Gain, you need to work out what your volunteering will focus on. This document will help you find that focus.
It’s important that young people, in every community, feel connected to the issues around them and are empowered to make a positive change. This short pack, developed with Step Up To Serve as part of the #iwill campaign, gives examples of Give and Gain activities that develop the skills young people need to take practical action in their communities.
The Career Explorers Resource Pack 2013 contains ideas for short activities that help raise pupils' aspirations and broaden their awareness of the career opportunities available to them.
The BEE Programme
The BEE programme (Teaching Business, Enterprise and Employability in Schools) runs workshops for children aged between 9 and 11 to develop their financial literacy and numeracy skills. Many of the activities used during the sessions can be easily adapted for Give & Gain. The BEE programme pack for Give & Gain Day 2012 contains many suggested activities.