State of Volunteering in Aotearoa New Zealand 2022
The 2022 State of Volunteering report published in December 2022 is the fifth in Volunteering New Zealand’s series.
These flagship reports provide an overview of the state of volunteering in Aotearoa New Zealand and recommendations for improvement.
State of the World’s Volunteerism Report 2022
The 2022 State of the World’s Volunteerism Report has been just released. As countries and regions faced enormous challenges during 2021, the 2022 State of the World’s Volunteerism Report (SWVR) hights the vital role of partnerships to address the most pressing challenges. The SWVR explores how volunteers collaborate with state authorities, and how volunteers play a significant and diverse role in decision making, producing services, and developing innovative solutions. The report sheds light on the new ground of volunteerism and provides insights on volunteerism are linked to human rights.
State of Volunteering in New Zealand Report 2020
The 2020 State of Volunteering Survey published in June 2020 is the fourth in VNZ’s series of regular surveys.
These surveys are designed to capture a snapshot of the state of volunteering in New Zealand.
State of Volunteering in New Zealand Report 2017
The 2017 State of Volunteering Survey published in 2018 is the third in VNZ’s series of regular surveys.
State of the World’s Volunteerism Report 2018
The thread that binds – volunteerism and community resilience: This report explores how governments and development actors can best engage with volunteerism to nurture its most beneficial characteristics, while mitigating against potential harms to the most vulnerable. In doing so, the report provides an important contribution to the evidence base on inclusive, citizen-led approaches to resilience-building.
Overview Paper on the State of Volunteering
This important contribution to the New Zealand literature on volunteering is a report written by a Volunteering New Zealand reference group, with the support of the Department of Internal Affairs
The report contains:
- Issues affecting volunteering in New Zealand
- Issues/barriers for volunteer-involving organisations and volunteers
- Looking to the future: possibilities for support, and other opportunities
State of Volunteering in New Zealand Report 2016
The second State of Volunteering in New Zealand report, released in early 2017, provides telling insights from 1260 registered charities in New Zealand and an update on overall findings for the volunteering sector in New Zealand.
Charity Viewpoint 2016
Organisations often talk about the importance of collaboration; a new publication demonstrates this collaboration in action.
Charity Viewpoint 2016: Perspectives on sustainability in the community sector is a report published by Volunteering New Zealand, the Fundraising Institute of New Zealand and Philanthropy New Zealand. It identifies and explores issues in governance, fundraising, volunteering and corporate/charity relations and how to achieve sustainability in the community and voluntary sector.
Charity Viewpoint 2016 reflects our views at this point in time. Our aim is to inspire and inform and to provide food for thought for those working in the community sector.
State of The World’s Volunteerism Report 2016
This summary report represents VNZ’s interpretation of the key points of the United Nations’ State of the World’s Volunteerism Report (2015), and focuses on key points relevant to the New Zealand volunteering context. It is not written to replace or otherwise substitute the UN report, which readers are encouraged to engage with independently of this report.
State of Volunteering in New Zealand Report 2015
The first State of Volunteering in New Zealand report was released in early 2016. This is the first report of its kind in New Zealand, and with responses from 1500 registered charities, insights from this survey are telling, including that recruiting volunteers remains challenging. Download the Report.