Volunteer Centre One Community advertises volunteering opportunities, helps recruit volunteers and promotes volunteering in Eastleigh and Fareham. Most volunteering opportunities advertised by the Volunteer Centre can be found on www.do-it.org.uk, and the most recent in our monthly newsletter, Volunteering Matters.
We also work one-to-one with voluntary groups to advise on good practice in recruiting and supporting volunteers.
If you are interested in volunteering and would like more information about the opportunities available, or if you are a volunteer-involving organisation, from the public, voluntary or community sector, and would like to register with the Volunteer Centre, please telephone 023 8090 2458 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or make an appointment.
Visit us at 16, Romsey Road or at the Information Centre at Eastleigh Museum, 25 High Street, Eastleigh on Saturdays 10.00am to 2.00pm.
Visit us at our Information Centre inside Fareham Shopping Centre, Opposite Millets. Monday – Friday 10-4 Saturday 10-1.
Volunteering can offer several benefits: Work experience and a reference; structure to the week and a sense of purpose; meeting new people and the chance to make friends; involvement in local issues and decision making; If looking for work developing and updating existing skills and interests; confidence from providing a valuable service; team spirit and job satisfaction. Take a look at our own current volunteering roles click here
Download our 2016 Customer Satisfaction Survey Report
Information about volunteering whilst claiming benefits can be found here on the NCVO website.
Listen to Jenni Bevis-Lacey talk about breaking down barriers for disabled volunteers:
Jenni also speaks about volunteering opportunities for the disabled: