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Volunteering opportunities

Volunteering makes a positive impact in your community but it can also have many benefits for you.  Volunteering can enable you to learn new skills, meet new people and gain valuable experience that you can take into your future career. It also gives you the opportunity to explore an area of work that is of interest to you or try something completely different.

Here are some ideas for volunteering opportunities in Hampshire.

Volunteering opportunities in Hampshire

You can find volunteering opportunities with Hampshire County Council and other local organisations on the Council’s volunteering web page.

Find local and national organisations looking for volunteers in Hampshire in our Community directory

National volunteer database

Find thousands of volunteering opportunities on the Do-it volunteer database.

Volunteering for older or disabled people

Age Concern Hampshire has a team of nearly 400 dedicated volunteers who come from all walks of life to offer friendship, support and information to their service users.

Volunteer at a peer support group or become a Dementia Ambassador with Dementia Friendly Hampshire.

Home Library Service volunteers take books to people who are not able to make the journey for themselves.

Befriending offers supportive, reliable relationships to people who would otherwise be socially isolated. Hampshire Good Neighbours Support Service supports independent voluntary groups which offer neighbourly help to people in their local communities.

Last reviewed: 21/04/2016

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