Volunteering

CAVO works to support organisations with the practical aspects of working with volunteers successfully and promotes and highlights volunteering opportunities in Ceredigion.
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Provides information and support to your organisation on how to reach out to a diverse range of volunteers.  

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Supports your organisation to create attractive volunteering opportunities.

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Helps you to review your volunteering policy, safeguarding procedures and quality standards.

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Promotes volunteering opportunities to individuals through a range of sources.

I want to Volunteer

It’s brilliant to hear that you want to volunteer we can help you with:-

  • Information on volunteering
  • Advice on the right opportunity for you
  • Help and support during your volunteering journey
  • Training and events

We need Volunteers!

It’s brilliant to hear you want volunteers. Here’s what you can do:-

Coordinate Ceredigion Volunteer Organisers Network (CVON), an informal peer support network for organisations who provide volunteering opportunities in the county to share best practice, participate in recruitment events and receive updates on regulation and legislation changes. 

Latest Volunteering News

How to ensure volunteer safety during lockdown

How to ensure volunteer safety during lockdown

Volunteering efforts both formally and informally have made a huge difference to individuals and communities in Wales since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. This type of support enables people to self-isolate where needed and to stay connected. Now as the...

Free training courses now available on the Knowledge Hub!

Free training courses now available on the Knowledge Hub!

There are a range of free courses available on the knowledge hub for free! Check them out here:  thirdsectorsupport.wales/courses Courses include: Management and support for volunteering  In this session we will be covering: Tools for recruiting and...

Connect with nature at a session with Tir Coed

Connect with nature at a session with Tir Coed

As you may know, due to the current restrictions, Tir Coed has suspended delivery of their usual woodland activities. They are hoping to get back to the woods with small groups after Easter but, in the meantime, their Activity Leaders have been working hard...

Finding the right voluntary role for you

Finding the right voluntary role for you

Are you thinking about volunteering but just don’t know where to start? Have a look at www.volunteering-wales.net for a list of voluntary roles available to you. If you see something that interests you click ‘enquire now’ to receive the relevant contact...

Volunteering Wales: Have your say – Survey for young people

Volunteering Wales want to hear what young people ages 13-25 have to say about their website/app. Complete this short survey whether you’ve got experience of using the website before or have never heard of it, to be in with a chance of winning 1 of 5 £20...

Celebrate Volunteers’ Week 2020

Celebrate Volunteers’ Week 2020

Volunteers’ Week is a ‘time to celebrate’! It’s an annual UK wide celebration of volunteers taking place each year between 1-7 June and the perfect time to say a big ‘thank you’ to your volunteers.   It is also a chance to highlight the variety of volunteer roles...

Volunteering for Health – celebrating 10 years

Volunteering for Health – celebrating 10 years

Hywel Dda University Health Board’s flagship Volunteering for Health programme was ten years old in October. Volunteers, staff, partners and supporters came together to celebrate with stories, balloons and cake. Today all Health Boards in Wales have their volunteering...