CAVO works to support organisations with the practical aspects of working with volunteers successfully and promotes and highlights volunteering opportunities in Ceredigion.

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 including Volunteering Fairs

I missed a Volunteering Fair!

Volunteering Fairs are a great way to hear directly from local groups, organisations and charities that are looking for volunteers.

Our Volunteering Fairs have gone virtual so don’t worry if you missed one, you can watch the recordings here:

We need Volunteers!

It’s great to hear you are looking for volunteers. Here’s what you can do:-

I Manage Volunteers

If you work with volunteers, or would like to, we can help you with:-

  • Joining the Ceredigion Volunteer Organisers Network (CVON)
  • Developing policy and procedure
  • Help and support with volunteer recruitment
  • Training and events

Latest Volunteering News

New framework for volunteering in health and social care

An interactive resource has been produced to enable volunteering to be sustained and better integrated in health and social care provision across Wales. It explores six key questions around volunteering, from the perspective of four different ‘audiences’:...

Understanding your experience of the Volunteering Wales website

Wavehill are conducting a survey on behalf of the WCVA to help them to better understand peoples’ experience of using the Volunteering Wales website, and how a central volunteering site can best support organisations across Wales. A really important part of this...

Learning from the community response to COVID-19 in Wales

The Research and Evaluation Division at Public Health Wales, in partnership with University of Bristol and Wales Council for Voluntary Action, have launched a national survey to hear from volunteers and those who have informally given up their time to help...

Start Earning Tempo Time Credits

Start Earning Tempo Time Credits

Since launching in November 2020, Tempo Time Credits Cymru is growing across Wales. Funded by the Welsh Government, this new and exciting programme aims to tackle poverty and the effects of loneliness and isolation by working in partnership with the CVCs and we aim to...