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Annual Volunteer Report 2021/2022

Published on
June 7, 2022
Annual Volunteer Report 2021/2022

Healthwatch Derbyshire is celebrating the difference volunteers make this Volunteers Week, 1 – 7 June 2022.

The past couple of years have been more difficult than usual for most, but our volunteers here at Healthwatch Derbyshire have more than risen to the challenge!

Over the last year, 53 volunteers have offered their time and skills. They have volunteered an impressive 179 hours which equates to 147 days of volunteering in total. From befriending calls throughout the pandemic, promotional videos for learning disability health checks, to collaborating with external partner agencies, the volunteers have undertaken some very valuable work.

To find out more about the impact the volunteers have made, take a look at our 21/22 volunteering annual report.

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