In 2019 the Pennine Lancashire Volunteer Report was published. The report outlines the work of the Pennine Lancashire Volunteer Project. Launched in 2017, the project was a two-year initiative involving 12 organisations from across the Pennine Lancashire footprint that formed the project partnership working group. This working group represents thousands of active volunteers deployed in Health and Social Care and has worked to develop a project that is supported by a strong spirit of partnership and co-production. Their work has been Inspired by the ‘Five ways to wellbeing’ ethos and is in line with the Lampard Report (2015) and Kings Fund Review (2018).
Also available are guidance documents that provides recommendations for providing Peer Support to volunteers and recognising the contributions of volunteers.