All About Volunteering

 

 

       What are the ways I can volunteer?

 

Volunteering takes many forms ranging from regularly supporting your chosen charity or organisation through to a one-off occasion.

In betwen these two are many forms of volunteering which could include:

TimeBank volunteering.

Being a good neighbour.

Event support.

Christmas volunteering.

Occasional volunteering (usually by being on a list of people who can be contacted for a variety of opportunities or on a list of people with particular skills such as mini bus driving).

Corporate volunteering.

Term time only volunteering (hearing children read, assisting with a school trip, aiding pupils who have experienced a bereavement etc.)

Responding to a local or national crisis.

     How do I volunteer?

To find a chosen organisation or charity, register on our website and then search the database of current opportunities.

TimeBanking

What is  Timebank?
It is a way for people to help others and be rewarded for it – in time. For every hour you give helping someone, you receive one time credit which you can exchange when you need help from someone else.
For more information click on the links below:
                               Hart TimeBank
                                      Rushmoor TimeBank

 

 

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