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Community Resilience Volunteer Week 2019

The Business Continuity Institute (BCI) is looking for your help in achieving its vision of creating “a world where all organizations, communities and societies become more resilient”. To assist in reaching its goals, the BCI has launched its first Community Resilience Volunteer Week (CRVW).

CRVW encourages business continuity and resilience professionals to participate in pro bono work to enable communities to benefit from their valuable skillsets and help you develop resilience in both a professional and personal capacity while providing you with valuable real-life experience that can positively influence many areas of your career and boost your CV.

CRVW will help raise awareness of the fantastic volunteer work the community is currently participating in while helping to connect professionals with volunteering opportunities and providing advice on how to find and get the most out of pro bono opportunities.

More information on CRVW is detailed here on the

You can get involved by helping local charities or not for profit organizations with their business continuity plans or volunteer for a charitable cause. Learn more about some suggested organizations that could benefit from your assistance here.

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