People choose to volunteer for different reasons – Read about Worcestershire volunteers in Success Stories
There are many reasons to volunteer...
Develop skills and experience, stand out in today's tough job market
A chance to gain new skills, knowledge and experience which can enhance your CV, as well as gaining references and experience of being in a workplace.
an opportunity to meet new people, make friends, socialise and be part of your community
Give something back
to your local community, or by supporting organisations who have helped you or your family along the way
Follow your passion
this could be the environment, sport or looking after other people, whatever it is there will be a volunteering opportunity for you
make a difference to the lives of others and help people less fortunate than you
Give yourself a boost
feel personally valued and part of a team, build your self-confidence, have a better social life as well as improved job prospects.
Try something new
a chance to try something new and a break from a busy lifestyle.
a fun and rewarding way to spend your free time