Events, Festivals, organisations and fundraising groups need people power. We are connectors. We connect the right people with the right tasks and roles to create outcomes of mutual gain and satisfaction.
We give volunteers experience, knowledge and a sense of achievement. Providing event organisers with people power that possesses a vested interest in being involved. We give event organisers a reliable and autonomous volunteer management system based on Many Hands unique and tested programme and data collection system. This helps create unique event experiences for attendees, staff and volunteers.
Many Hands has developed a Volunteer management system that covers everything to do with volunteers. Hiring us means that you are guaranteed an ALL INCLUSIVE service ( including credit card capture and charge if the volunteer obligations are not completed).
Many Hands is an environmentally sustainably focused company. We have a recycling, transport and zero single use plastic policy. Feel free to ask us about this!
On average more than 60% of an event staffing requirements can be made up of volunteers.
We create volunteer management systems and manage volunteers for:
Create a volunteer recruitment strategy that reflects the culture of the event and attracts interested and invested volunteers
Draw volunteers to the event through a want to gain an experience, learn and contribute
Personal and informative communication with volunteers so they feel guided and relaxed about their volunteer and event preparation.
Direct communication with all management areas to ensure volunteer and staffing needs are met. Timing, numbers and all logistics are covered to ensure smooth and efficient implementation of workforce.
On site management and care of volunteers.
Programme evaluation and analysis of data from real time volunteer movement to enhance future volunteer programmes. Inclusion of volunteer survey and findings.
Certificate of appreciation and event management message.
Are you running an event and need Many Hands to help you out?