YMCA Business Development (Partnerships (Outputs (Opportunities for…
YMCA Business Development
People who add value
Target group members who need opportunity
Differences in motivations
Recruiting volunteers to meet a YMCA need, not the other way around
Relationship building - through hosting placements
Enabling target group members to gain skills/experience through volunteering within YMCA
Targeting recruitment/opportunities board
Those that add value
Activities and engagements such as orchard
Other target group member opportunities
Funding led - rather than needs led
Improving our offer to residents
Implementing programmes for target groups
Framing up who we are - i.e. learning provision
Preparing for the future? Such as the Village
Narrative writing/analysing and presenting data
What do young people want?
What do we do?
Increasing knowledge of our work
How do we do things?
Being able to express our offer to young people
Know our numbers
Opportunities for clients
Sleep Easy has provided some lessons
Warm leads for other activity
Know our numbers
Support others events
Be in the right places, networking
Effective structures around resident engagement?
Link to training structures
Don't confuse activity participation with volunteering
Does there need to be a staff member to manage?
Is there a conflict between Alans dual role of funding vs. volunteers?
Focus on specific opportunities? Eg van drivers/minibus/activity deliverers/hosts etc plus youth volunteers
Volunteers at youth clubs being monitored effectively
How would we measure the added value? How many, how we are utilising - i.e. what roles are they performing and what impacts are being achieved - satisfaction and retention - added resource
Partnerships and Businesses
Involvement in fundraising
List of partners