I Want to Volunteer

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The Buckinghamshire Volunteer Matching Service, which is run by Community Impact Bucks in partnership with Buckinghamshire Council, matches registered volunteers to roles where they are most needed in the county. Since Spring 2020, more than 1,500 volunteers have been matched to a range of roles with charities, voluntary groups, local authorities and NHS Services.

If you would like to volunteer, the Volunteer Matching Service can help you find that perfect role. To find out more and register, click on the button at the bottom of this page.

You can also find the latest general volunteer roles with online database Do-it Life – you can browse a wide range of roles on the Do-it Life website. Or perhaps you have a specialist skill to offer, or want to be a trustee?  Look at the latest opportunities list on the Reach Volunteering website.

Buckinghamshire Volunteer Matching Service

The Buckinghamshire Volunteer Matching Service was set up at the end of March 2020 to match volunteers with groups and organisations to help support communities during the pandemic. If you would like to find out more and to register as a volunteer, go to our Buckinghamshire Volunteer Matching Service webpage.

Latest Specialist Skilled Volunteering Opportunities from Reach

Latest Trustee Opportunities from Reach

Latest Volunteering Opportunities from Do-It

Volunteering Opportunities from Do-it

Volunteer Stories

MADELEINE – KITCHEN VOLUNTEER FOR OASIS PARTNERSHIP

Madeleine volunteers in the training kitchen at the Bagnall Project in Chesham, run by the Oasis Partnership. She really enjoys running baking sessions there, saying “it is a joy to go in”.

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SAM – FAMILY MENTOR FOR CONNECTION SUPPORT

Volunteering with Connection Support as a Boost Family Mentor, Sam says her whole experience has been positive and she’s delighted to be supporting a family to get to a much happier position.

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KATY – VOLUNTEER WITH HIGH WYCOMBE SHOPMOBILITY

Katy is a volunteer with High Wycombe Shopmobility and is really enjoying her role there.

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