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If you have opportunities for volunteers which you would like to advertise on this website please contact admin@mentalhealthsupport.co.uk

Volunteers give freely of their time and expertise in order to make a difference. Volunteering can help you:

  • Make important networking contacts
  • Learn or develop skills
  • Gain work experience
  • Build self-esteem and self-confidence
  • Improve health
  • Help you meet new people
  • Feel needed and valued
  • Make a difference in someone’s life
  • Express gratitude for help you may have received in the past from an organisation
    Whether it is important to you to solve a community problem, advance a worth cause or to develop as a person, volunteering offers many benefits in appreciation for the gift of your time and expertise.

Volunteers are people from all walks of life, all ages and stages. What they have in common is the desire to make a difference in their community – and in their own life – by giving of their time and expertise.

Current Opportunities

Website/Newsletter Contributor
Research and write articles and stories, source images or take photographs, provide technical IT support to the website coordinator, share IT skills with other contributors.

Run an activity or class based on the skills you have to share with service users. Gaining invaluable experience for self development and helping to increase the self esteem/confidence in service users.

Fundraiser/Awareness Raiser
This is if you would like to organise a fundraising event to help a local charity, whether by doing a table top sale or sponsored physical activity. Or raise awareness of mental health by attending events, public speaking and information stalls.

New Horizons’ Ebay Project/Fundraiser

Volunteer role description

As a volunteer on this project you be involved in maintaining and running the New Horizons’ Ebay shop under the direction of New Horizons’ staff.

The Ebay shop sells products made by the New Horizons’ Art & Craft group for example - scarfs, hats, jewellery, paintings etc. There may also be scope in the future for selling donated goods as income generation for New Horizons.

The role would include-
• Taking photos of products
• Listing items for sale on Ebay
• Tracking sales on Ebay
• Sourcing other market places for sales e.g. fundraising events

Skills that we are looking for-
• Photography
• IT
• Marketing

New Horizons’ Website & Graphic Design Project
Volunteer role description

The role of volunteer would be to manage a design brief under the direction of the New Horizons’ web site coordinator.
Typical activities may include:
With the website coordinator meet clients to discuss the business objectives and requirements of their job as well as helping to interpret the client's business needs and undertaking the work required.

Skills that we are looking for-
• Photography
• IT
• Graphic design
• Web design and development
• Marketing

New Horizons’ Website & Graphic Design Project
Office Assistant-volunteer role description
The role of the volunteer in this office would be to answer telephone calls, assist with paper work as well as sending paper and electronic mail. The role could also include meeting and greeting clients/customers of the project.
Skills that we are looking for in the volunteers – IT and communication (written and oral)

Call us on 01685 881113 and speak to Claire or email us for further information at:

For a volunteer application please click Here

Virtual  Volunteers - Wanted

We need Virtual Volunteers to help us with the web site. If you want to research and write articles and stories, source images or take photographs, provide technical IT support to the web site co-ordinator, or share IT skills with other contributors, contact us.

It doesn't matter where you are, as everything can be done by email. Make a difference and join our team!

If you have a few hours to spare each week, why  not join our team? Email us for further information at:admin@mentalhealthsupport.co.uk

We're looking for volunteers and have opportunities across the charity for you to get involved with our work.

Why volunteer?

We have a range of interesting volunteering roles that could help you develop your skills and gain valuable workplace experience.

If you volunteer for us you will:

  • Enjoy being part of a thriving‚ friendly organisation
  • Have the satisfaction of knowing your contribution counts
  • Be paid travelling expenses
  • Receive relevant support and training
  • Gain valuable experience

Further information:

Please click here for full list of opportunities


'Forget Me Not' - Cafe Volunteer

Further information: We are looking for sociable, outgoing people to assist with the serving of refreshments and to chat to people with dementia and their carers. Forget Me Not Cafes are social gatherings for people living with dementia, friends & families to come along and enjoy time together with entertainment, speakers and buffet.

When: The session runs on the last Tuesday of each month, from 11am-1pm.

When: Forget Me Not Cafe, Pontypridd, Rhondda Cynon Taff

Contact: For more information, please email volswales@alzheimers.org.uk, including your contact number, geographical area, and the role you are interested in. Or call 02920 434 960


Volunteer: Singing for the Brain, Aberdare

Further information:

Where is it you want me to volunteer?

In our Singing for the Brain group in Aberdare

What will I be doing?

We are looking for sociable, outgoing people to assist with the welcoming clients, serving refreshments, chatting to people with dementia and their carers, offer a listening ear & supporting the trained facilitator by taking part in singing and movement activities with the group.

How does this role make a difference?

Singing for the Brain® provides a structured group session for people with dementia who may wish to attend alone or with a carer. The service is designed around the principles of music therapy and singing. It offers the chance for social interaction in a safe and supportive environment. Your involvement aims to help people feel less isolated and to experience an enjoyable activity helping towards their feeling of wellbeing

What support do I get and what experience is required?

Having an understanding of dementia, or being willing to learn about it would be of benefit in this role.

Alzheimer's Society is committed to providing on-going support to volunteers in whichever role is carried out.

How much time do you expect me to commit?

The group takes place every week on a Friday 10.45am-12.15pm.

How do I find out more and apply for this opportunity?

For more information, please email volswales@alzheimers.org.uk, including your contact number, geographical area, and the role you are interested in. Or call 02920 434960.


Volunteering in Brecon Beacons National Park

Further information:

Volunteers make an essential contribution to the running of the National Park. These include Practical Work Parties and Public Rights of Way Surveys. For further information, please click here.

We're the UK’s largest advice charity. Of the 28,500 people who work for the CAB service, 21,500 of them are volunteers. At Rhondda Taff Citizens Advice Bureau we are recruiting for volunteers in administration, Gateway Assessing and advising as well as IT and charity support.

Rhondda Cynon Taff Citizens Advice Bureau will launch as a county wide service from April 1st building on the strong foundations established by the Rhondda Taff CAB. Our registered office is in Pontypridd with a second main office in the Cynon Valley which is soon to move into more modern premises in Mountain Ash. Following the transfer of staff and services from the former Cynon Valley CAB last October the new bureau’s priorities for the coming year are to deliver the high quality and accessible service which local communities throughout the county both want and need. If you would like further information on how to apply or for an informal chat please contact Caitlin Tempest via email to caitlint@rtcab.org.uk.

Further information: Please click here for volunteer opportunities

Challenge Wales is a volunteer-run sailing charity which aims to develop the self-esteem and life-skills (e.g. teamwork and communication) of young people through sailing. The charity needs the People’s Millions fund to enable visually impaired and blind young people to come sailing on Challenge Wales. Research by RNIB Cymru shows that visually impaired young people want to take part in activities with like-minded people and develop confidence in a fun way. If Challenge Wales won the People’s Millions Lottery award this would enable Challenge Wales to run a host of pre-voyage sensory visits and a variety of day and residential voyages for visually impaired young people (those aged 12 – 25 years) and their buddies throughout Wales. The money would also pay for transport to and from ports in South, West and North Wales, equipment e.g. audio compass and tactile charts, and galley equipment so that those onboard can take part in all aspects of running a boat (that means cooking and cleaning as well as sailing). Support will come in the form of providing a unique learning environment through a stimulating sail training voyage. The learning environment will help those onboard develop personal skills and confidence.

Further information: Please click here for more information


Ever wanted to Volunteer for a Circus?

We are all about integration, inclusion and participation and we have been running a youth circus in Swansea since 1992. Circus skills are a great leveller, young people can challenge their fear of failure in a safe, non-competitive environment. By empowering young people we believe they will flourish and make a difference in the world. Volunteers are fundamental to the running of Circus Eruption. They dedicate a huge amount of time and experience to its continual growth and development. However, volunteers also need to be acknowledged by giving them new opportunities to develop their own skills and learn new ones through an extensive training programme.

With over 40 volunteers, Circus Eruption is one of the biggest volunteer groups in Wales

Further information: Please click here for Circus Eruption site

Diverse Cymru supports people from groups that are currently underrepresented in volunteering to become active participants in the not-for-profit sector.

Many people see volunteering as an opportunity to engage or re-engage with paid work, others see it as an opportunity to learn or enhance their existing skills, gain confidence and/or try something new.

We have numerous volunteer placements available both in-house and with other organisations including Cardiff and Vale University Health Board and St Fagans Museum of Wales .

Currently, all our volunteering placements are in South East Wales, but we are hoping to expand to different areas in the future.

How do I become a volunteer?

If you would like to volunteer please let us know. You can contact us on 029 2936 8888 or email annie@diversecymru.org.uk if you would like more information. We will make an appointment so you can discuss your interests with our Volunteer Coordinator.

All prospective volunteers will be fully supported, starting with an induction process that will help you decide on the opportunity that is right for you. This will be followed by role specific training.

Click here for further information

Committee Members (Unpaid)

Location: Cardiff

Hours: Sessional

Summary: The Fostering Network Wales is looking for inspirational people to join our Wales Committee. The Committee will meet on a quarterly basis and provide oversight to the Wales office on their annual programme of work.

The Fostering Network is a leading UK charity for everyone involved in foster care, dedicated to ensuring all children in foster care enjoy the very best life chances and have the opportunity to achieve their full potential. We work with children and young people, fostering families and the services that support them. As a membership organisation and the voice of foster care, we represent over 60,000 foster carers and 375 fostering services; in Wales, our membership includes all 22 Local Authority fostering services, the majority of independent fostering providers and 5,360 foster carers.

We are looking for people who:
• Are passionate about improving outcomes for children and young people in foster care
• Have experience of fundraising
• Have a background in business and management
• Have experience of fostering
• Have knowledge of social care
• Have experience of corporate governance

Closing Date: 17:00 on 13 Mar 2015

Further information:

Applicants should submit a written expression of interest and a brief CV demonstrating relevant skills and experience by email to: karen.williams@fostering.net

To discuss or for further information contact Karen 02920 440 940

Friends of the Animals RCT

Friends of the Animals RCT is run by a group of dedicated volunteers who each in turn bring ideas and skills to help us in lots of ways. We often need help with things such as

Fundraising locally and online

Crafts, Sewing and Knitting

Homechecking, dog walking

Transporting of animals to vet appointments/ therapy sessions

and many other things which can be done from home using a computer.

Every offer of help is gratetfully received, and we value each and every volunteer for the work that they do.

Volunteer information available on this link



01443 800339

General Enquiries and Information 10am to 6pm

Emergencies only at other times



Volunteer Charity Shop Assistants

Can you spare 3.5 hours a week? We are looking for volunteer shop assistants in our Crwys Road, Cardiff charity shop. Shifts are 9:30am - 1:00pm or 1:00pm - 4:30 pm.

Get out of the house, meet new people and learn new skills - great for the CV and most of all be part of a great team having fun.

For more information please call Sarah Jackson on 02920 524150.

Grow Wild is an exciting four-year campaign to bring people together to sow UK native wild flowers.

We believe that we can transform where we live – bringing colour and surprise to our streets. By Growing Wild, we can turn our gardens and windowsills into wildlife-friendly wild flower patches.

Grow Wild is funded by the Big Lottery Fund and led by the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew – and everyone is invited to join in.

Calling all community group leaders! Make a real difference to where you live and sign up for a free 2014 Grow Wild seed-sowing kit for your members.

Click here to register for a free Community Kit

Global Vision International (GVI) is multi-award wining social enterprise that runs conservation and community development programs around the world. A key component of the success of these projects comes from the participants who join our programs.

Opportunities including high impact volunteering from one week and up, internships for those looking for career development opportunities, One week Charity Challenges all for a good cause and a range of programs for school groups and younger volunteers.

Formed in 1997 we have received over 20,000 participants and receive over 2000 participants every year. We have won numerous awards and are very proud that the vast majority of our participants describe their experience with us as life-changing, with over a 95% approval rating.  

We are a family run organisation with an amazing culture and have an amazing team of people all over the world who are true experts in their chosen field. They are the people who will make your experience with GVI truly life changing.

Further information: Please click here for GVI website

GwirVol is a uniquely diverse partnership in Wales, for promoting, supporting and driving forward youth volunteering, led by the views of young people through our youth-led partner GwirForce.

GwirVol, launched in April 2009, is a partnership between the third, private and public sectors and led by the views of young people. The initiative’s core aims underpin everything that the partnership does and stands for.

GwirVol’s core aims are to:

  • Increase the number and the diversity of young people volunteering in Wales.
  • Increase the number and accessibility of quality volunteering opportunities for young people in Wales to ensure they get the most from their volunteering experience.

GwirVol seeks to be the leading group on issues that affect youth volunteering and be the “go to” for such issues, campaigns and research.

Further information: Please click here for GwirVol website

Volunteering Opportunities

Location: Various

Volunteers play an important role in the MND Association. They help to ensure that people with MND and their families receive the support and services they need.

You could be one of our volunteers! You don't need personal experience of MND - just the desire to help.

Volunteer roles include the following:

Association visitors
Association visitors provide support and information to people with MND, their families and carers.

Branch and group volunteering
The MND Association has over 90 branches and groups across England, Wales and Northern Ireland, all run entirely by volunteers who work together in many different ways to provide support, raise awareness, influence, and fundraise at a local level.

MND Association trustees
The board of trustees is a group of volunteers who take overall responsibility for the Association and act collectively to govern the Association.

Current opportunities, please click here

Pets As Therapy is a national charity founded in 1983. It is unique in that it provides therapeutic visits to hospitals, hospices, nursing and care homes, special needs schools and a variety of other venues by volunteers with their own friendly, temperament tested and vaccinated dogs and cats. Since it’s beginning over 22,000 PAT dogs have been registered into the Pets As Therapy scheme. Every year some of these retire and new dogs, having first been examined and passed on health, temperament, suitability and stability grounds, join Pets As Therapy.

Today there are currently around 4,500 active PAT visiting dogs and 108 PAT cats at work in the UK. Every week these calm friendly dogs and cats give more than 130,000 people, both young and old, the pleasure and chance to cuddle and talk to them. The bedsides that are visited each year number a staggering half million.

Sick patients often feel isolated and even the most withdrawn seem to open up and let the barriers down when their regular Pets As Therapy visiting dog is around. These dogs bring everyday life closer and with it all the happy associations for them of home comforts. The constant companionship of an undemanding animal, that gives unconditional love, is often one of the most missed aspects of their lives. Pets As Therapy was formed to help make this loss more bearable and speed recovery.

Research continues to validate the very real value of this daily work undertaken in the community by voluntary Pets As Therapy visitors and their dogs that work amongst those of us most in need of a little extra boost in addition to medical skills and nursing care.

Once new visitors have passed their dogs through the assessment and health check procedure and each has come forward with two character references, their local volunteer Area Co-ordinator or allocated contact waits to be contacted to activate the visiting process. This hard working team of volunteers throughout the UK keep in regular contact with a designated number of Pets As Therapy dogs and cats and their owners.

Area Co-ordinators maintain regular contact with every unit in their region, which Pets As Therapy dogs already visit. They also hold the list of establishments keen to be matched with a suitable new recruit when one becomes available.

Further information: Please click here for further info

Volunteer Driver - Social and Support Groups - RCT, Merthyr and Swansea

To drive our clients to Social and Support Group Meetings or driving blind and partially sighted volunteers to enable them to carry out their volunteering role.

This role will involve contact with vulnerable adults therefore an enhanced DBS check will be required before starting in your volunteer role.

What will I be doing?

Driving blind and partially sighted members and volunteers to and from social and support group activities.
Some blind and partially sighted people may have a guide dog or a wheelchair which you may also have to transport.
When will I be needed?

Hours will vary. This may be as little as once a month or up to a few times a week.
Regular commitment to drive blind and partially sighted volunteers and members to social and support groups would be required.
Your hours will be agreed and co-ordinated with the Locality Development Manager.

Further information: Please click here for RNIB website

Volunteering opportunities in Wales.

Further information: Please click here for full list of opportunities

If you have any questions about a role, contact the volunteering team by email volunteering@rnib.org.uk or telephone on 0845 60 30 575 or 01733 375450.

Volunteering for us is one enjoyable way of helping animal welfare and can be very rewarding. Our volunteers make a huge contribution to the work we do to prevent cruelty, promote kindness to and alleviate suffering of animals.

With such a wide range of volunteering roles available across our network of branches and animal and wildlife centres, there is bound to be an opportunity near to you.

What will I gain?

Volunteering with us is a great way to meet like minded people who share the same enthusiasm for animal welfare. There are lots of other benefits too, such as:

  • gaining new skills or developing existing ones
  • the chance to try out something new
  • doing something useful and rewarding
  • gaining a sense of achievement
  • putting something back into the community
  • developing your personal skills and confidence

As a volunteer you can gain important transferable skills in fundraising, campaigning, finance, team building, management, computers, administration – the list is endless.

Further information: Please click here for more information

Do you have some time to spare? Would you like to make a difference in your local community?  Do you have existing skills you can use to help us? Do you want to increase your skills and experience?

Come and join the Welsh Stroke community.

Nearly 400 volunteers already support us in delivering our vital work across Wales.
Come and meet new friends and make a difference to the lives of stroke survivors and their families

We have many volunteering opportunities in a variety of places across Wales and depending upon your availability and location there is bound to be something you can get involved with.

Anyone over the age of 16 can volunteer. You can offer as much time as you wish, however some roles may require specific commitment over a period of time. A DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) check may be required for certain roles.

Out of pocket expenses will be reimbursed and specific training will be provided where required for you to carry out your role.

Examples of current volunteering opportunities:

  • Support stroke survivors in support groups
  • Befriend a stroke family and help them achieve their goals
  • Join our team of Stroke Ambassadors and help us to raise awareness of stroke and spread the word about the work we do for the stroke community
  • Help us to raise vital funds by participating in events, organising your own event, helping with collections or promoting our products
  • Join our Speak out for Stroke team currently being developed in various locations in Wales and help get the stroke message across to the people who make the decisions.

Further information: Please click here for additional information and application info.


Volunteering with The Big Issue offers you a rewarding way to develop new skills, meet new people and be part of an enthusiastic team.

There are lots of ways in which you can get involved and make a difference. These can range from helping out in local offices, working with vendors on the street to raising the profile of our work in the local community. To learn more about different types of volunteer roles, please click on this link.

So why not get involved, make good use of your skills & learn new ones, while at the same time helping one of the most vulnerable groups of people in the UK?

Like everything in life the more you put in the more you get back so why not get involved, make good use of your skills & learn new ones, while at the same time help us to offer an even bigger hand up to some of most vulnerable groups of people in the UK?

You could:

  • help organise or participate in a fundraising event
  • help out at your local distribution office
  • help out at our Head Offices in London and Glasgow
  • raise funds and awareness in your area
  • join our internship scheme

Click here to find a role near you

Alternatively, if you have a special skill or would like to support our work in a specific role, call us on 0207 526 3400 or email volunteering@bigissue.com.

The Conservation Volunteers have been in existence since 1959.

Right now, when one third of the UK's green places are in danger of being lost or degraded, our work is more important than ever.

The everyday green places that people use are especially vulnerable.  10,000 playing fields were sold off between 1979 and 1997.  And only 10% of the UK's allotments remain.  Places like these do not have special protection.  They are all under threat at a time when local councils are cutting budgets.

But neglecting green places is a false economy.  It doesn't take long for a once-loved open space to become a magnet for anti-social behaviour, and a cost to society.

So looking after green places isn't just about caring for nature.  It's about caring for people as well.

A well-used green place is a classroom, a gym, a playground and a sanctuary.  It is a place that is good for people as well as for wildlife.

The Conservation Volunteers help hundreds of thousands of people each year to reclaim local green places.  Through our own environmental projects and through our network of 2,000 community groups, we see people – every day, and all across the UK – taking responsibility for their own local environments.

You can be part of it too.

Please click here to search for opportunities in your area

The Environment Centre is here to help environmental groups in the S. Wales area and to provide information regarding sustainability issues. We have a small green shop, fair trade coffee bar, meeting and exhibition spaces, information, office facilities, photocopying/laminating, internet access, demonstrations of renewable technologies and more.

The Environment Centre was set up by the Swansea Environmental Forum: an association of statutory and voluntary organisations active in environmental work in South West Wales. Through the set up of an environment centre, they sought to establish a base and focus for environmental information, education and activity in the area. In 1989, Swansea City Council offered the Old Telephone Exchange in Pier Street for conversion into an environment centre, if the Forum was able to attract the necessary support and funding. Support was offered by dozens of people from the voluntary, statutory and business sectors.

In February 1994, the project was adopted to commemorate the 25th Anniversary of the Investiture of the Prince of Wales. HRH visited the site in May 1994 and a number of national companies and charitable trusts contributed substantial sums towards the renovation costs. The Centre was officially opened in April 1995 by the Prince of Wales on a return visit to the project. In 1999 an Eco-Annexe was built to house the visitor centre.

Since 1995 the Environment Centre has grown and evolved to become a focus for education and activity in South West Wales. We work with a wide range of groups, organisations, public bodies, schools and the general public to help them put environmental sustainability first in our area.

The Centre is supported by a wide range of volunteers, who help on a regular basis or on specific events or projects.

Board of Trustees:

Are you interested in helping with the running of the Environment Centre?

Want to help us with our planning?

If so then why not join us as a trustee?

Our trustees are responsible for controlling the strategic direction of the Centre and ensuring the effective management and administration of our activities. Since the Centre is a company limited by guarantee our trustees are also our directors.

Visitor Centre Volunteers:

Do you have a spare afternoon or a morning a week? Do you enjoy meeting and helping people?

If so why not join us in our Visitor Centre?

Our regular volunteers look after our visitor centre. They meet and greet members of the public, serve in our shop, act as phone reception and much more

Other Roles:

We also have volunteers who help with maintenance, administration and events.

Please click here for more information

toogoodtowaste is a re-use/recycling charity and social enterprise operating in Rhondda Cynon Taf.

Volunteering is a great way to meet new people, have fun, work as part of a team, gain work experience build confidence and make a real difference to others.

Are you interested in volunteering, or do you want to find out more? Call Jennifer Evans, Volunteer Co-ordinator on 01443 680090

Further information available on this link

The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales manages over 4,000 acres of some of the region’s most precious wild places in the form of over 80 nature reserves. This diverse area boasts magnificent coastline, islands, rugged mountains, the heritage rich ex-coalmining valleys and the richest agricultural land in Wales.

The Trust is part of a wider movement of 47 Wildlife Trusts which cover the whole of the British Isles. The Trusts have the same aim which is an environment rich in wildlife for everyone.

Volunteers play a vital role in the Trust’s work. With hundreds of committed volunteers we are achieving great things and with your help we can do so much more. Each volunteer brings with them knowledge and enthusiasm which really makes a difference to the work of the Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales.

So, why not get involved – protect wildlife, have fun, get fit and meet people who share your interests.

How can I get involved?

It is easy to get involved with the Trust’s work, and the amount of time you spend volunteering is up to you – you can spend as little or as much as you like.  Whether you like being indoors, outdoors, active or creative, there is bound to be something to suit you!

If you would like to register for any of the opportunities, please complete the Volunteer Registration Form (unless the opportunity specifies otherwise) and return it to The Nature Centre, Tondu, Bridgend, CF32 0EH or email: membership@welshwildlife.org.

Voluntary organisations and community groups play a vital role delivering services and providing resources to local communities. Merthyr Tydfil County Borough Council (MTCBC) is committed to developing good working partnerships with voluntary and community groups throughout the borough to complement and maximise the impact of the voluntary sector's work.

The Merthyr Tydfil Local Compact with the Voluntary Sector is a framework which lays out the partnership between MTCBC and the voluntary sector.

MTCBC works closely with Voluntary Action Merthyr Tydfil (VAMT) at both strategic and operational levels to develop effective working which will have long term benefits for the voluntary sector and communities in the County Borough.

The Merthyr Tydfil Voluntary Sector Liaison Committee oversees this process and has specific responsibility for approving grants to voluntary organisations from the Merthyr Tydfil Development Fund. The relationship with the voluntary sector is managed by the External and European Funding team at MTCBC.
If you need any further information or advice please contact us.

Merthyr Tydfil Local Compact with the Voluntary Sector

The Local Compact is a framework document that sets out how Merthyr Tydfil County Borough Council (MTCBC) will work together with Voluntary and Community groups. As part of the Compact, the Merthyr Tydfil Liaison Committee has been set up between MTCBC and the Voluntary Sector.

The Compact shows how both MTCBC and the Voluntary Sector are committed to continued partnership working, shared aims and objectives and mutual understanding to improve the quality of life for the people of the County Borough.

Voluntary Action Merthyr Tydfil
Voluntary Action Centre
89-90 High Street
Merthyr Tydfil
CF47 8UH

Mon-Thu 9am - 5pm
Fri 9am - 4:30pm

This website will give you information and advice about getting involved in volunteering. You may be thinking about volunteering for the first time, you might have volunteered before and be looking to broaden your experiences or perhaps you work for an organisation that is involving volunteers.

On the following pages you will find tips and guidance about volunteering and what it could mean for you, get an idea of the wide range of choices available and find out how to get started. You can search online for volunteering opportunities in your geographical area or we can put you in touch with your local volunteer centre whose friendly team will give you support and advice about your local community.

If you are thinking about involving volunteers in your organisation, you can access information about the benefits and implications, read advice about some of the things you need to consider and look at some practical suggestions on how to move forward.

To access the site click on the logo above or on this link

If you've got some free time and would like to support the Youth Hostel Association, there are many volunteering activities you can get involved with.

Have a look at our current Autumn 2014 Volunteer Newsletter. It's full of information about new opportunities to inspire you and news from a wide range of volunteering programmes.

Additional information: Please click here

Phone: 0800 0191 700

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Trevelyan House,
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