VolunteerVolunteering is a great way to expand your skills, support your local community and meet some amazing people. Anyone with time, enthusiasm and commitment can volunteer – and for most of our opportunities, no qualifications or experience are necessary! You can volunteer for as little as an hour per week to suit your own availability.

You can support people to get online as a Digital Champion, get involved with your local community centre, run social activities for older people or help people in more vulnerable situations to become happier, healthier and more independent. Read some case studies from previous volunteers.


Become a Digital Champion


Digital Champions help family, friends and community members to get more out of life by introducing them to the many benefits of getting online and staying connected. Being a Digital Champion is about supporting people to make the most of the internet from using a smart phone to sending an email. You don't have to be an expert with computers. Training and support provided.

Become a Digital Champion

Support at one of our community centres

With over 70 centres across the country, many of the activities held at our community centres are delivered by volunteers. We are always looking for volunteers with various skills and interests. You can support an existing project or if you have an activity idea, we can help you get it off the ground. For example, we offer a range of funding grants and can sometimes offer space or help in other ways.

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Running activities for over 50s

Volunteers lead a range of activities that encourage social interaction and promote healthy living. These might include running leisure activities like bingo, scrabble or dominoes; well-being sessions such as walking, mindfulness or yoga, or; creative groups focussing on music, crafts, art or poetry. Please get in touch and start making a difference.
Please note that we are currently focussing our volunteer recruitment in London and the South East.

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Amy’s Place

A partnership with the Amy Winehouse Foundation, this London-based specialist service for young women in recovery involves volunteers in a variety of roles. These focus on wellbeing or supporting independent living skills and include counselling placements, complementary therapies, music, arts and nutrition. Volunteers with personal experience of drug or alcohol addiction, or eating disorders, who have maintained their recovery for at least two years, are particularly welcome to apply.

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