How to volunteer

Find out about volunteering opportunities, and how you can get involved.

Volunteering can make a real difference to the lives of local people. You can also make new friends, be part of your community, learn new skills and hobbies and put your existing skills to good use.

For most volunteering opportunities, you need to be 16 or older. However, the Duke of Edinburgh award scheme offers a few opportunities for young people aged 14 plus.

Volunteering opportunities

The Volunteering North Hampshire website advertises all current volunteering opportunities.

Get involved and volunteer at your local sports club

Join In is a registered charity that helps sports clubs attract more supporters and volunteers from local communities by matching people to fun, interesting and rewarding volunteering opportunities at clubs in their area. For more information visit the Join In website.

Rushmoor Voluntary Services

Rushmoor Voluntary Services is a registered charity and provides support, advice and information to other charities, voluntary organisations and community groups.

It manages the Rushmoor Volunteer Centre, which recruits and places new volunteers into community projects.

Find out more about the volunteering opportunities.

 
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