Types of Opportunities

Our volunteering opportunities cover a wide range of sectors. We like to think there is something for everyone so have a look below and see what opportunities appeal to you.

  • Academic

    Academic

    Great opportunities for anyone considering a career in teaching and education.

  • Admin and IT

    Admin and IT

    If working behind the scenes keeping everything running smoothly sounds like it’s right up your street then take a look at these opportunities.

  • Animals

    Animals

    Get involved in a range of animal welfare and conservation efforts.

  • Arts and Culture

    Arts and Culture

    Get crafty and unleash your inner creative genius by working with a variety of creative projects that help young people and those with disabilities.

  • Children and Youth

    Children and Youth

    Get involved with mentoring and outreach work with schools and charity organisations to make a positive difference to the lives of children and young people.

  • Community Action

    Community Action

    Get involved with a variety of local organisations, groups and people of all ages and help those in need.

  • Crime Prevention

    Crime Prevention

    Work with the local Police and law enforcement to help and support vulnerable people and rehabilitate young offenders.

  • Disability

    Disability

    Help out families with day-to-day activities and work with community inclusion projects.

  • Environmental

    Environmental

    Are you green fingered? Work with environmental organisations and community projects at a grass roots level (excuse the puns)!

  • Fundraising

    Fundraising

    Do something incredible and help generate cash for charities and other worthy causes.

  • Older People

    Older People

    Provide support and companionship to older people in the community.  Assist in care homes, charity shops and community garden projects.

  • Peer Support and Education

    Peer Support and Education

    Help children and young people make the right choices in life.

  • Public Service

    Public Service

    Leave a lasting mark on local communities by helping local councils maintain and improve their areas.

  • Research

    Research

    Working with a variety of organisations as a researcher is a great way to learn new ways to research and direct your thirst for knowledge in new ways.