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In Spring 2020, more than 1,800 people signed up as volunteers to help our Buckinghamshire communities respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Buckinghamshire Volunteer Matching Service, which is run by Community Impact Bucks in partnership with Buckinghamshire Council and The Clare Foundation, places these volunteers with groups and organisations which are in need of help. If you would like to volunteer during this time, find out more and register on the Buckinghamshire Volunteer Matching Service webpage.

The latest general volunteer roles with Do-it can be found below.  Please note, many charities and community groups may have had to suspend their services, or close them completely in the face of COVID-19, and may not have had the opportunity to update their roles on Do-it. It is recommended that you contact an organisation directly before applying on Do-it.  You can browse all Do-it roles on the Do-it website.

Do you have a specialist skill to offer, or want to be a trustee?  Look at the latest opportunities listed below with Reach Volunteering. You can search for all Reach roles 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.

COVID-19 related advice and guidance for volunteers can be found on the Covid-19 Advice for Volunteers 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

DANIEL – VOLUNTEER HOT MEAL DELIVERY DRIVER

Daniel has been volunteering with the Clare Foundation to deliver hot meals to vulnerable people and sees it as a great way to give back to the community he grew up in.

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Buckinghamshire Women in Charity Awards – Young Charity Woman of the Year Award

The Young Charity Woman of the Year Award is given to individuals (25 years or below) who demonstrate exceptional talent and potential - read the stories of the winner and highly commended.

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Buckinghamshire Women in Charity Awards – Outstanding Volunteer Award

The Outstanding Volunteer Award recognises individuals whose efforts have made a significant difference to people’s lives - read the stories of the winner and highly commended.

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