Huntingdonshire Volunteer Centre

Why not volunteer?

Get involved, Help others, Feel Good, Have fun!
Natalie & Anthony St IvesDonnah Crowe HT

We heard from our volunteers at our 2018 AGM about the benefits they experienced through volunteering so get in touch with us to see how you can get involved, strengthen your community and feel good too!

NATTER Autumn Outing
(Neighbourly Afternoon Tea, Time Exchanging Reminiscences)
funded by money from the Health Trust Lottery

A river trip on the Ladybird boat along the River Great Ouse
and a delightful lunch at Wyevale Garden Centre

Transport provided by our HVC volunteer drivers and HACT Community Transport

Group A on boat Sep 18Group A about to depart

Group B Wyevale lunch
Group A off boat

Group B on boat
Group A at lunch Wyevale

The Natter group meets monthly in St Neots.
If you would like to find out more just get in touch: 01480 414766

We can only run this group because of our wonderful volunteers who help with a variety of tasks:

Planning committee
Entertainment team
The volunteer drivers who provide transport
Catering team

if you would like to help then get in touch: 01480 414766

Some of the happy catering team!

Kitchen Vols Natter

It's all change at St Neots and Ramsey!

Welcome to Alison Walter, our new team member for St Neots.

Alison Walter H&SCharlotte Drake
We still get to keep Charlotte Drake, who is the new Ramsey Organiser, so it's a win/win for both offices!

Thanks to all the volunteers for welcoming new staff and helping them to settle in to their new jobs.

Anyone can volunteer but they need to be able to make a commitment. Many organisations can be flexible about when and for how many hours you volunteer however they all need you to be there when you say you will.

Volunteers will be:

- Prepared to give up their time free of charge in general travel expenses will be covered
- Can be from any race, social background, gender, disability or ability - everyone can contribute.
- Looking for life experiences to enhance CVs or UCAS forms.
- Wanting to do something worthwhile in their community.
- Wanting to make new friends and have fun.
- Looking for ways to use their skills and experience to benefit others.
- Looking to learn new skills or enhance existing skills

Benefits of Volunteering

- Rewarding and valuable use of your time.
- Meeting new people.
- Gaining life / work experiences.
- Developing new skills.
- Meeting a new challenge.
- Filling spare time.
- Helping a cause you care about.
- Can relieve stress
- Not forgetting great personal fulfilment & satisfaction

We have four volunteer centres in Huntingdonshire Huntingdon, St Neots, St Ives and Ramsey. We are also linked with the many other Volunteer Centres throughout the country.

Volunteering is good for you - it is proven to boost your self esteem, confidence and sense of pride; you can learn new skills and and/ or use your existing talents to good use; it looks good on your CV and can help build new friendships and local communities.

Another important element of the work that we do is running community car schemes from each of our local offices.

Come and join our team!

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Information about personal data and new regulations.

Volunteer monthly updates and events - receive news directly to your e-mail inbox by requesting this service.

Simply e-mail: to register with us and complete and return our registration form.

Huntingdon Office 01480 414766 - St Neots Office 01480 414766
St Ives Office 01480 301462 - Ramsey Office 01487 814117

Manager 07718 272524

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