The second of our blog posts around the 2019 Civil Service Awards focuses on Mairi Macneil, winner of the Citizenship Award.
Henry Wadsworth used his volunteering leave allowance to shadow and assist staff at a Liverpool hospital. He writes about the experience.
To mark 19 Civil Service departments signing up to offer 12 days' paid special leave to colleagues volunteering as Special Constables, civil servant Louisa Bentley tells us what the offer means to her.
If you have a connection to secondary schools and their students, you can help young people increase their knowledge of the Suffrage Movement and their understanding of UK democracy.
Cabinet Office's Jake McClure, currently on a secondment with City & Guilds Group, extols the value of volunteering as an enterprise adviser supporting young people into a career.
Zamila Bunglawala describes her experience as a volunteer in Chad with charity Concern.
What does a permanent secretary do? Department for Transport's Simon Baugh found out what some 8-year-olds thought when he accompanied Permanent Secretary Bernadette Kelly to a Primary Futures event.
Jeremy Heywood reviews a groundbreaking event attended by over 700 school students and 230 Civil Service volunteers to raise young people's career aspirations.
In his first post on this blog, BEIS Permanent Secretary Alex Chisholm talks about a recent experience as a volunteer and what it taught him.
Civil servant Kevin Oliver on why he believes being an 'ally' is important for inclusivity and fairness in the workplace and society at large.