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Are you still keen to make a difference to people affected by COVID-19?  Would you like to find out about interesting volunteer roles to help residents in the High Wycombe area?  Read our Buckinghamshire Volunteer Matching Service information below.

Have a 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 here. 

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 here.

Buckinghamshire Volunteer Matching Service

Registration is now open to sign up with the Buckinghamshire Volunteer Matching Service (run by Community Impact Bucks in partnership with Buckinghamshire Council and The Clare Foundation) to help support High Wycombe communities. If you are available to volunteer in High Wycombe, and you are over 18, we would love to hear from you. Please sign up using the form here Somebody from the Volunteer Matching Service will then be in contact with you when a potentially suitable role is available.

Unfortunately, we are unable to accept registrations from people looking to volunteer in other areas at this time as we already have a number of registered volunteers from other areas of the county.

You can still get in contact directly with your local community response groups.

COVID-19 related advice and guidance for volunteers can be found here.

Latest Specialist Skilled Volunteering Opportunities from Reach

Latest Trustee Opportunities from Reach

Latest Volunteering Opportunities from Do-It

Volunteering Opportunities from Do-it

Self-Weigh Assistants - Dacorum District
InspireAll Family Centres
Buckinghamshire, HP2 7JX and others

Could you help support new families at our NEW Self Weigh Stations? We are looking for volunteers to welcome families into the service, help sign them in, register with the service and let them know what support is available to them at the clinics. Want to know more about the… Read more

Walks and outings in Waddesdon with Dennis
Enrych Buckinghamshire
Buckinghamshire, HP18 0LD

Dennis is a lovely, friendly gentleman who lives in Waddesdon and is looking to get out of the house more. Dennis has restricted mobility but would love to get out for walks or outings to cafes, shops and garden centres. Dennis would love a volunteer to spend some time doing… Read more

Walking, shopping and having a good natter in Princes Risborough
Enrych Buckinghamshire
Buckinghamshire, HP27 9TS

Shirley loves to get out and have a look around the shops in Princes Risborough. She needs support to go out as she has mobility problems due to arthritis and uses a walker. Shirley is a lovely, friendly lady who is becoming socially isolated due to many of her friends… Read more

Volunteer Buddy to chat music and films in Aylesbury!
Enrych Buckinghamshire
Buckinghamshire, HP20 2QA

A lovely young woman, she is bed bound and has been for quite a few years. She has recently (May 2019) been able to sit up for up to an hour meaning she can engage in a little craft work now and would love to share that experience with someone.… Read more

Swimming or walking with Mark from Princes Risboroughh
Enrych Buckinghamshire
Buckinghamshire, HP21 8HH and others

Mark would really enjoy going for local countryside walks or swimming at the local pool to help him keep active. He has difficulty going on his own due to sight loss and would really appreciate someone to accompany him to keep active and have a good chat. Mark is great… Read more

Steam model railway enthusiast from Stone
Enrych Buckinghamshire
Buckinghamshire, HP17 8PB

Do you enjoy making model trains, scenes and running the tracks. David a keen model rail enthusiast, is having difficulty continuing to build his trains due to a stroke last year. Would you like to join him steam ahead with his railway? If you're interested in volunteering with us and… Read more

Shopping, coffee and chat with Sue from Aylesbury
Enrych Buckinghamshire
Buckinghamshire, HP18 0FS

Sue would really enjoy getting out more in Aylesbury to have a wonder around the shops or go for coffee and have a good chat. She is finding it difficult to go on her own due to MS causing her reduced mobility. She spends a lot of time with her… Read more

Seated exercise with Peter in Aylesbury
Enrych Buckinghamshire
Buckinghamshire, HP20 2JP

Peter is keen to continue his hard work with his physio to aid his rehabilitation but is looking for some support to practise the exercises his physio sets him. This would involve throwing and catching a soft ball and using resistance bands to improve his strength. Peter has reduced mobility… Read more

Scrabble and chat with Jenny in Haddenham
Enrych Buckinghamshire
Buckinghamshire, OX39 4HB

Jenny would really enjoy some company at home to play scrabble and have a good natter with, or occasionally go for a short walk. Jenny has restricted mobility due to a couple of Strokes and is finding she is becoming isolated so would be very appreciative of a regular visitor.… Read more


Case Studies

Volunteers’ Week 2020 – saying “Thank You” to Bucks’ volunteers

Volunteers’ Week (1st - 7th June 2020) is a national awareness week which gives volunteer-involving groups a chance to publicly thank their volunteers for their invaluable help. Read about some of our incredible volunteers in Bucks below.

Small Charity Week 2020 – celebrating Bucks’ small charities

Small Charity Week (15th to 20th June 2020) celebrates and raises awareness of the essential work carried out by the UK small charity sector. Find out about some of our amazing Bucks' small charities below.


In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Sarah registered online with Buckinghamshire Council to become a volunteer. When the Olympic Lodge opened in April Sarah was one of the first volunteers to step up. She was welcomed by the friendly and well-organised staff and found it very rewarding to be doing something useful as part of a team.

Image courtesy of Epilepsy Society