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FEATURES


Millpond Primary Breakfast Club


centres and open to those on low incomes. By taking our core activity into a new market it will create further revenue for the charity as well as delivering increased social impact.


“Like businesses, great employees are our most valuable resource”


Charities are never going to be


able to compete with big corporations when it comes to salaries, but many (particularly millennials) are actively looking for jobs with meaning. In the business world, this appears to have been identified with corporations now making their vision and values visible to engage this demographic of potential employees. Charities


need to view recruitment as an integral factor to their success, much like businesses do. I am lucky to have a brilliant


team around me, which I have built by finding really motivated young people and giving them opportunities to take on roles and responsibilities that they perhaps wouldn’t get at their level of experience in bigger businesses. However, the challenge is to allow your team to grow into their roles and to provide the permission and scope to make mistakes and learn from them. Luckily, the team behind the scenes here at FareShare South West just continue to ensure major successes for the charity.


Visit: faresharesouthwest.org.uk MAY/JUNE 2019 insight 25


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