Have you always wanted to volunteer but think you might not have enough time? With volunteering roles of all shapes and sizes available in Surrey, finding something that makes a difference and fits around your interests, skills and lifestyle could be easier than you think.
Did you know that more than half of volunteers in Surrey do it for a few hours a month or less? Whether it’s an hour a week chatting to an older person who lives alone, or a weekend once every few months helping out with conservation work, whatever time you have to give could make a world of difference to someone else.
Take a look below to find further information on the ways which you can uncover the range of volunteering options available in Surrey.
Surrey County Council Volunteer Web Pages
The Surrey County Council volunteer web pages provide information on the types of volunteering opportunities which are available across Surrey. These pages also contain useful volunteering stories which highlight the important work which volunteers carry out in Surrey.
Do-It is the national database which contains a huge range of volunteering opportunities which are available across the UK. The Do-it website allows you to search for volunteering roles by your location, interests and availability. It also provides details of your nearest volunteer centre where advisers can help match you with local opportunities.
Across Surrey there is a network of Volunteer Centres which can help you find a volunteering opportunity that is right for you. Surrey Volunteer Centres have specialist staff and volunteers who can talk to you either face-to-face or over the phone. They can provide information and advice on a volunteering role that’s right for you and answer any questions you may have.
Use the link below to find your local volunteering centre: