How Can I Volunteer?
Here are just a few ideas:
- Driving / Social Car Scheme.
- Working with people - children, disabled & elderly support.
- Charity work - shop / fundraising.
- Visiting / socialising / befriending.
- Hospital work / advocacy / advice.
- Sporting activities.
- Clerical / admin / IT.
- Conservation / wildlife / animals.
- Serving on a committee or as a trustee.
How Much Time Must I Give?
It's up to you! At HVC we are constantly researching volunteering
opportunities. We can offer one-off roles and short, medium and long-term
opportunities, during the week, weekends or evenings.
Download your Volunteer Form
click here :-
If you are an organization with voluntary vacancies
please download a Organisation registration form
click here :-
For an Opportunity Registration form click here :-
For all the vacancies in our area click here :-
If you are going to be working with children or vulnerable people you will usually need to be checked by the Criminal Records' Bureau (CRB). The organisation where you are volunteering will organise this as part of their recruitment process, but it will take some time, so it’s worth applying several weeks before you want to start volunteering.
Some volunteering roles require specific training and in some cases this can be quite extensive. For example, if you are applying for a helpline opportunity you are likely to need to attend many hours of assessed training before you start volunteering.
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The Manager of the St Neots Office is Sandra Attewell. For anymore information please contact Sandra on 01480 476047
Two Office Managers Required
We require one based in Huntingdon and one based in St Neots. Duties include recruiting and placing volunteers, managing office and card scheme.
Details and application forms below