Volunteering with PDSA doesn’t just benefit us, it’s also good for staff as individuals and the organisation as a whole.
It helps people learn new skills and develop existing ones. It increases confidence and provides a sense of achievement. It’s also a great way to encourage staff to feel positively about employers, because they can see their commitment to the local community.
PDSA volunteers donating their time save the charity a massive £12.2 million every year in employment costs, allowing us to reach far more sick and injured pets than we could otherwise.