The team at VODA has seen massive changes in their working environment and day-to-day roles as a result of COVID-19. Find out more about them in these Q&A sessions.

VODA Team Q&A: Alison Donkin

Ali Donkin NT LIFE Recovery College Lead Coordinator usually spends her days as the friendly face of NT LIFE facilitating sessions at The Hub in the Linskill Centre, enrolling students…

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VODA Team Q&A: Ian Dodds

Ian Dodds, VODA’s Sector Connector Manager usually spends his days connecting businesses and the VCS together, arranging free training, free and discounted services, finding ways for businesses to provide volunteering…

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VODA Team Q&A: Robin Fry

From the role of the great thinker, to lugging food boxes around the North Tyneside Council support hub, COVID-19 has certainly changed the day to day life of VODA’s Chief…

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VODA Team Q&A: Rebecca

Before the pandemic, Rebecca was a SAINT – that is she was the Supported Volunteering Development Officer for VODA’s Social Action in North Tyneside [SAINT] project. SAINT supports people with…

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VODA Team Q&A: Josie Robinson

Josie Robinson, VODA’s Ending Loneliness Project Coordinator talks about the drastic changes in her daily working life since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic and how the challenges it brings…

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VODA Team Q&A: Keith Hardy

In the first in a series of Q&A’s, we’re taking a look at the impact of the COVID-19 crisis on the VODA team, in particular how things have changed for…

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