Volunteer with us
We’re always looking for volunteers to get involved in our work, and depending on your skills and experience we’ll probably have a volunteering opportunity which is right for you.
Over 80 volunteers help to run our services. They:
- help people find out about volunteering
- give advice to charities and voluntary groups
- mentor people who run charities and voluntary groups
- run our events and communication activities
- lend support in our busy office
- lead our organisation as trustees
If your group or organisation isn’t a member yet, join us today.
We also have volunteering opportunities for businesses and professionals who’re interested in giving their expertise for free to local charities.
Current volunteering opportunities
We’re looking for suitably experienced and qualified business and professionals who’re interested in providing one-to-one support to charities on:
- building leases
- charity law
- data systems
- website development
We’re also looking for local businesses and professionals who’d be interested in running an information session for charities on:
- full-cost recovery
- charity governance
We’re also looking for individuals who’re interested in being a mentor to a leader in the charity sector to help them to solve a challenging issue that they’re facing.
We always want to hear from people interested in volunteering with us.
So, if you can’t see an opportunity you’re interested in, get in touch with our Volunteer Co-ordinator, Zora McDonald, on email@example.com or 01273 234860. We’ll be delighted to discuss what you can offer and how we might be able to work together.
We provide high-quality volunteering experiences
We strive to provide high-quality volunteering experiences for all our volunteers, regardless of their background, skills or experiences. To help us achieve our aims, we’ve made a number of commitments.
We’re signed up to the 3R promise, which commits us to raising the standards of our volunteer management. We’re also signed up to the Disability Action Alliance volunteering charter, which commits us to providing opportunities for disabled people to volunteer.