I Want to Volunteer

Make a difference. Make things happen. Get involved.

We believe in the power of people to change the world around them and the huge impact that they can have on the lives of others. Volunteering gives us the chance to make a difference and create a better life for others. It also offers the perfect opportunity for us to learn new skills, make new friends and experience new things.

Crucially volunteering can be a life-enhancing experience for both the volunteer and those being helped. This is the place to explore the diverse and exciting world of volunteering; to search for opportunities and hear real-life stories about what makes being a volunteer so great. We hope you’re inspired. Life is short – do stuff that matters!

To find a general volunteering opportunity perfect for you, browse the latest Do-it roles below or, if you have a specialist skill to offer or want to be a trustee, have a look at the latest opportunities listed with Reach Volunteering. Or browse all Do-it roles here, and all Reach roles here.

This guide will show you how to set up a Do-it account. Additional support from Do-it.

Latest Volunteering Opportunities from Do-It

Volunteering Opportunities from Do-it

 

Latest Specialist Skilled Volunteering Opportunities from Reach

Latest Trustee Opportunities from Reach

Case Studies

Group Volunteering at Oakridge School, High Wycombe

These are just some of the volunteer earth-movers from the Marlow office of BeyondTrust who recently spent time at Oakridge School making a play area safe for children to use.

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VOLUNTEERING AT THE TURN END TRUST

Jackie, Anna, Nic and Venetia (L to R) talk about volunteering for the Turn End Trust, which was set up to promote the integration of building and garden design, of which Turn End is a leading example.

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Group Volunteering at Holmers House, High Wycombe

This group of volunteers are from Kantar and are shown here taking a break from a hard day’s gardening at Holmers House, a residential home for people with dementia in High Wycombe run by Heritage Care.

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Image courtesy of Epilepsy Society