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HAMSVA allows you to explore the possibilities of volunteering and the good it can do in your community. If you are interested in the volunteering profession, you can acquire the necessary resources right here to get you started.

Throwing a party in recognition of volunteers

Get a few tips on planning an event for volunteers to celebrate their hard work. Thanking these committed individuals may be easier than you think. They deserve some form of recognition even though they do not ask for it. Read more about paying it forward.

Encouraging responsible gambling

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Organisations like GamCare and The UK Gambling Commission supports and regulates responsible gambling. Read how these organisations continue to improve the experience of gambling through safer practices. Find out how you can make a difference.

The need for community development

Find out more about the need for community development. Organisations that encourage community development are often non-profit institutions. Anyone can become a volunteer to promote growth in their community. Discover how you can return the favour.

Learn about the dos and don’ts of funding

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Approach funding in an ethical manner. Discover what it takes to acquire funding the ‘’right’’ way. There is often a fine line between right and wrong, and doing the necessary research may save an organisation some embarrassment or from landing on the wrong side of the law.

Find all the resources you need

For any organisational venture to succeed, it needs to do proper research. Read up on the laws associated with volunteering and how to acquire the funding. Consult reputable resources online or connect with an expert for professional advice.

Subscribe to get more involved

Learn how easy it is to set up an account with HAMSVA. Volunteering is often a sign that an individual has some goodwill to share. If you are interested in becoming a professional volunteer, there are some courses to get you on your way. However, you don’t need to be an educated person to lend a helping hand to those in need.