Volunteering with SkillsBridge is a straightforward and rewarding activity. The first step is to get in touch with our team either by phone or email. We put a lot of time and effort into matching volunteering opportunities to the individual volunteers registered with us, so we'll want to find out what you're interested in and how best you can contribute your skills and time. We'll work with you every step of the way so that you're fully supported throughout.Read More
We work with a number of skilled and experienced professionals from the private and public sector who would like to volunteer their time to help voluntary and community organisations. If you feel your organisation would benefit from free professional support either with business planning or with key operational skills then SkillsBridge is here to help. Check out our request support pages to find out if you're eligible for support and what help can be offered.Read More
Delivering SkillsBridge requires a skilled and dedicated team who put a lot of work into ensuring every project runs smoothly from start to finish. Without the help of our funders and supporters we wouldn't be able to deliver this service to the organisations who depend on the help of our volunteers. If you're interested in finding out about our charitable bond or would like to discuss contributing to SkillsBridge please click below to find out more.Read More
The work that SkillsBridge is doing to bring private business expertise into the voluntary sector here in the North East is hugely worthwhile.
Mike Cuthbertson, Regional Senior Director, GVA
When we were approached by SkillsBridge, the chance to get involved and offer practical support was hugely appealing.
Mark Henderson, Chief Executive, Home Group
We're delighted to support the Skillsbridge project. It leverages the skills and experience of existing businesses to help voluntary organisations operate more effectively, which is so important in the current economic climate.
Alastair Mitchell, Finance Director, Sage
With more pressure on the voluntary sector than ever before Skillsbridge offers a potential lifeline for those organisations struggling to access expertise and new ideas.
Richard Hutton, Finance Director, Greggs Plc
Thursday 12th February 2015
Businesses And Charities Bridge The Skills Gap
BRADFORD businesses are giving West Yorkshire's charities a helping hand by offering their skills and experience for free, through a pioneering scheme.
Companies, such as housing association Incommunities and insurance brokers TL Dallas Group, are among those who
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