Celebrating our volunteers: TCV Heroes

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Join us as we celebrate all of our volunteers and community groups with video case studies to highlight their fantastic achievements across the UK.

We love to use this opportunity to showcase what volunteers can achieve: for their own health and well-being or learning and skills, and for their wider community and the environment.

Our TCV Heroes Award winners are celebrated locally by teams across the UK and on TCV’s national social media channels (Twitter | Facebook | Instagram | LinkedIn). Individual videos showcase the achievements of our winners, which we hope will inspire more people to join in, feel good with local volunteering opportunities.

Each day we’ll premier new videos on TCV’s YouTube channel at 12pm. Watch them all here!

TCV Community Network Heroes

Download the PDF case study here | Find out more about The Dorothy Parkes Centre and TCV’s Community Network

TCV Learning & Skills Heroes

Download the PDF case study here | Find out more about TCV’s learning and skills offer, inspired by the outdoors.

TCV Communities Heroes

Download the PDF case study here | Find out more about TCV’s expertise as a national organisation taking a local approach with communities.

People’s Postcode Lottery Volunteer of the Year

Download the PDF case study here | Find out more about TCV’s volunteering offer in Manchester, Merseyside and Cheshire.

TCV Health and Wellbeing Heroes

Download the PDF case study here | Find out more about TCV’s volunteering offer in Northern Ireland.

TCV Environment Heroes

Download the PDF case study here | Find out more about TCV’s volunteering offer in Leicestershire and Rutland.

Thanks to players of People’s Postcode Lottery for helping to connect people and green spaces and for supporting this year’s TCV Heroes Awards in Great Britain.

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All volunteers are heroes

At The Conservation Volunteers, we’re grateful for each person who comes out, rain or shine, to their local green space to help improve or maintain it.

We’re grateful for those who support others in their group, perhaps with practical tasks, to teach someone something new, or to just sit with a cup of tea and talk with each other to alleviate their anxiety.

Our volunteers feel connected to their community and want to see local people benefit from their conservation efforts. They care for the environment and know that their volunteering hours spent ultimately will benefit us all.

Want to join in?

Next time, we’ll celebrate another group of volunteers and employees for their hard work and achievements. How can you get involved?

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TCV Volunteers

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