Volunteering Opportunities

Volunteering is at the heart of our communities. It is an excellent way to meet new people, gain the skills and experience needed to advance your career, improve your well-being, and connect with people in your neighbourhood

Ealing Youth Justice Service volunteer opportunities Ongoing

Ealing Youth Justice Service volunteer opportunities

Youth Justice Service volunteers come from many backgrounds, with a wide variety of life experience. It is very rewarding to help children develop and grow and appreciate they are part of a supportive community.

Volunteers are provided with full training and development opportunities.

How you can help: Volunteer - creative skills, Volunteer - practical skills

Mentoring Programme – Hope for the Young Ongoing

Mentoring Programme – Hope for the Young

Mentors can help with (not limited to)

Practicing English
Enrolment advice
Study skills
Confidence building
Independence skills
Accessing local services and activities
Practical and emotional support
Mapping future goals
Learning about the UK.

How you can help: Volunteer - creative skills, Volunteer - practical skills

Dean Gardens Improvement, Weekly Community Gardening Ongoing

Dean Gardens Improvement, Weekly Community Gardening

Please come along and help.
All tools provided.
Bring your own gardening gloves if you have them, or we can provide disposable ones.
Wear sensible shoes and clothing, suitable for the weather on the day.

How you can help: Volunteer - creative skills, Volunteer - practical skills

Crosslight – Debt and Benefit Advice Ongoing

Crosslight – Debt and Benefit Advice

We are looking for volunteers to help us support foodbank users. We have different volunteering roles. You can read more on https://www.crosslightadvice.org/volunteer

How you can help: Volunteer - practical skills

Help families with young children Ongoing

Help families with young children

Our home-visiting volunteers are required to have:
– parenting or caring experience
– commit to our training programme
– undergo referencing and enhanced criminal record checks
– understand that support provided to families is completely confidential
– have a non-judgemental attitude and understand the pressures of bringing up a family

How you can help: Volunteer - practical skills

Feeding Ealing – Polytunnel Food growing and sharing projects Ongoing

Feeding Ealing – Polytunnel Food growing and sharing projects

We welcome all skills to assist with the delivery of our project.

How you can help: Finance & fundraising, Legal, Marketing & communications, Tools & equipment, Training and Management, Volunteer - creative skills, Volunteer - practical skills

Independent Review Panel Chairperson for Permanent Exclusions from Schools Ongoing

Independent Review Panel Chairperson for Permanent Exclusions from Schools

By joining our pool of panel members, you will help us to convene panels within the tight statutory deadlines and to ensure that these important matters are heard without delay.

As Chair, you will play a key role in ensuring that all parties are able to express their cases fully at hearings and that the panels you sit on make reasoned decisions.

How you can help: Legal

Lancaster Estate Residents Association coffee mornings and advice service Ongoing

Lancaster Estate Residents Association coffee mornings and advice service

You will be helping us with a variety of tasks.

How you can help: Finance & fundraising, Marketing & communications, Research, Tools & equipment, Training and Management, Volunteer - practical skills

Community Gardening Mondays 10 – 3pm – DIG Hanwell Ongoing

Community Gardening Mondays 10 – 3pm – DIG Hanwell

Join us for some seasonal activities in our lovely community garden.

How you can help: Finance & fundraising, Marketing & communications, Tools & equipment, Volunteer - creative skills, Volunteer - practical skills

Grove Farm Litter Pick Ongoing

Grove Farm Litter Pick

Once a month LAGER Can and Friends of Grove Farm carry out a litter pick in and around Grove Farm local nature reserve, next to Sudbury hill tube station.

How you can help: Tools & equipment, Volunteer - practical skills

Samaritan Soup Kitchen Ongoing

Samaritan Soup Kitchen

Samaritan Soup Kitchen is run by Destiny House International Church. The church recognises the great need in these difficult times to lovingly relieve hardship by providing hot meals, food bags and occasionally donated clothes to the homeless or those struggling to make ends meet.

How you can help: Finance & fundraising, Training and Management, Volunteer - creative skills, Volunteer - practical skills

Ealing Community Café – London Autism Group Charity Ongoing

Ealing Community Café – London Autism Group Charity

London Autism Group Charity is holding a monthly Community Café drop-in at the lovely St Andrews Church, Mount Park Road, London W5 2RS.

How you can help: Finance & fundraising, Volunteer - practical skills