Museums traditionally attract a certain type of volunteer – usually retired, well-educated, white people with an interest in history. However, many museums have found that reaching out to a more diverse audience brings in new volunteers, with different skills and experiences that enrich the museum for the better.
- Guide to Student volunteering (2011)
- Guide to including volunteers with disabilities (2011)
- Volunteering for wellbeing case study tackling health and social inequalities (2017)
- Recruiting volunteers with criminal convictions – toolkit from Voluntary Action Leeds
- Case studies from the Heritage Volunteering Group including youth volunteering and employee-supported volunteering