Provides information and support to your organisation on how to reach out to a diverse range of volunteers.
Supports your organisation to create attractive volunteering opportunities.
Helps you to review your volunteering policy, safeguarding procedures and quality standards.
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:-
- If your organisations or event needs volunteers you can register to use our Wales volunteering website
- Want to talk to one of the team before you register?
- Attend our training and events
Latest Volunteering News
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Fiona Liddell, Volunteering Development Manager WCVA, describes some of the assistance that is available to those looking for volunteers through the new volunteering platform. The new volunteering website is up and running but it is still unfamiliar to most of us. It...
Learn more about how New Quay took over the local authority run library and turned it into a community library run entirely by volunteers. https://youtu.be/Rtg22HU_ckI
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