Volunteering in Fareham – Our Services
One Community prides itself on its relationship with volunteers and helping join them up with the best volunteering opportunities locally. There are many opportunities for volunteering in Fareham. In order to use One Communities free service of volunteer placement searching, we ask you to register with us via our Volunteering Registration Form and then either email or post it to us. We’ll then do the searching for you.
Thinking of volunteering but not sure about what it offers? Come and see Hayley in the One Community shop.
Email us directly HERE.
Our shop on Fareham shopping centre is open from 9am-4pm Monday- Friday. It is at the Debenhams end of the centre, along from B&M and opposite Millets.
Telephone 01329 239 934
Email us today and volunteer tomorrow it’s that simple!
One Community provides links between corporate organisations and community groups. They can provide advice and support to businesses in need of community connection days and team volunteering events. We are always looking for corporate groups to complete corporate volunteering projects, please contact us on 023 8090 2471 to discuss further.
Network now to improve your future choices and influence your potential employers!
College is stressful, there’s no doubt about that, however having a positive distraction for just a few hours a week can help reduce stress. This can easily be achieved by networking, creating your own skills bank, gaining new experiences while giving some time to benefit others.
Being a student or graduate is arguably tougher than it has ever been before. With a rising number of people opting to study for a degree after finishing college, more students and graduates are competing for entry level jobs. This, coupled with escalating university costs, means that both will certainly have it tough for the considerable future. However, it is important not to despair; there are still plenty of things that students and recent graduates can do to strengthen their CV, and to broaden their horizons. Perhaps the most valuable is volunteering.
Volunteering can help with:
- Learning to work as part of a team
- Building your CV while you explore possible careers
- Developing relevant experience for your personal statement
- Learning how to be a leader
- Gaining references
- Making a difference for others as much as for yourself
One Community can help you find the right placement!
Come and discuss with One Community your choices and start building your skills bank. Meet us at:
- Fareham Library on the 2nd Monday of each month 10am-12am