Brand new course starting Monday 13th November for anyone interested in finding out more about sports volunteering.
Drop by Monday 16th October 2017 5-7pm to have a look round the newly refurbished building and find out about volunteering.
Dalton Stay and Play is a small parent and toddler group which aims to meet once a week on a Monday afternoon. They are in need of some volunteer help to welcome parents, engage in activities with children, serve refreshments. This is a great opportunity to develop skills, gain new perspectives and make new friends. … Read more
Mencap in Kirklees are seeking volunteers who can help befriend and support people with a learning disability. This could be having a coffee, going to the cinema, a day trip etc. For full details click here https://do-it.org/opportunities/ab987890-b0c4-4b16-8c04-5849ffaaaa7b They also need help in their cafe in Huddersfield supporting people with learning disabilities obtain an ASDAN qualification. Full … Read more
Help Forget Me Not Children’s Hospice hit their fundraising goal
There will be a Volunteer Drop In at the Heritage Quay on Saturday 7th October between 1-3pm where you can find out how you can help Kirklees Archives. For full info:-
Are you able to make a difference in how schools are run? See how your efforts can raise standards? Do something positive for the next generation? School Governors can make a huge contribution to our local communities, can you help? www.kirklees.gov.uk/beta/working-for-kirklees/school-governors.aspx
…for afternoon tea parties once a month for older people in the Huddersfield area. Could you help? Contact email@example.com or Telephone 01482 273103
Forget Me Not Children’s Hospice are seeking an experienced musician to support their music therapist. You will get the chance to support the staff choir, run family music days, provide musical activities at various groups. Full training given. For more information contact Kielly Law on 01484 411040 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Get involved in a practical, local campaign to save money and the planet
Stonham Home Group are looking for someone to help set up an allotment and encourage clients to plant, grow, sow seeds, weed and harvest.
Pack some bags and collect some cash for YAA
Visit events to accept donations on behalf of YAA
Get out and about and meet new people with the YAA
Go out and about for Yorkshire Air Ambulance to raise vital funds for them
Travel around the local area giving informative talks about the YAA
Get some retail experience at Barnardo’s Huddersfield
Don’t mind a bit of dirt? Get involved with Growing Works
Help out the United Churches Healing Ministry
Build up your Marketing CV by volunteering
Can you spare half a day to help out Kirkwood?
School’s out for the summer, why not give volunteering a go? No long-term commitment required!
Come along to Trans Pennine Trail’s Volunteer work days!
River Holme Connections Events June/July 2017
Parkgate Sports and Community Trust need volunteer fundraisers.
Age UK C&K need someone to help out with the day to day marketing and website maintenance
Lace up, night owls! Kirkwood Hospice need marshalls for their Midnight Memory Walk 2017.
Young people are missing out on the opportunity to join Girl Guiding.. can you help out?
Drop by the Packhorse Gallery on 1st June and have a chat about volunteering.
Have you got a ready smile and a few hours to spare to greet Aldi customers and raise money for Teenage Cancer Trust?
We want to help you find the volunteering opportunity that’s right for you
We can help you face-to-face, on the phone or via email or social media.
We’re open in Huddersfield on Monday – Thursday: 10am to 3pm
And at Dewsbury Library on the first Thursday of the month 10am to 1pm
Confidential appointments are available – give us a ring and we’ll be able to see you in Huddersfield or the first Thursday of the month in Dewsbury.
We’re based in central Huddersfield within walking distance of the bus and rail stations. Our address is 12 New Street, HD1 2AR (sort of opposite Cafe Nero).
Do-it v VK online noticeboard – which opportunities go where?
It comes down to a few factors, but overall the opportunities on Do-it are with organisations that have a clear volunteer policy in place, or are working towards having one in the next twelve months. This means we know they offer support and supervision for volunteers.
Our local noticeboard ones are often opportunities with small groups of volunteers. We also publicise one-off opportunities here or things that are urgent.