Volunteering is giving your time freely, to benefit someone unrelated, a group, or the environment, for no financial reward. As a volunteer you can choose how much time you want to give, and what you want to do.
People choose to volunteer for a variety of reasons. It allows you to:
- Get involved in your local community
- Make a difference to the lives of others
- Meet new people
- Help the environment
- Gain confidence and self-esteem
- Learn new skills
- Explore career options
- Gain a reference, enhance your CV
How to get started?
Have a look at our opportunities page, once you have had a look through email us with the Opp ID number and role description, if you are only interested in one opportunity you can just click on the email link which is on the bottom of each page. Once we receive your email, we will facilitate contact between you and the relevant organisation. If you have any queries about an opportunity you can email or call us.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or ring 01303 259 007
Some Volunteering roles may require you to complete a DBS form (Disclosure & Barring Service) as a volunteer you should not incur any cost for this.
For more information regarding DBS, click the link.
For additional volunteering information you can try the following link.
Click on the link to read about Volunteer of the Year 2016.
If you want to talk to someone face to face about volunteering, then please click on the Drop-in slider on the home page for Drop-in dates and places.