If you would like to volunteer, Voluntary Norfolk is here to help.
Volunteering is good for you - it provides a personal sense of pride; you learn new skills (and get to put your existing talents to good use); it builds confidence; it looks good on your CV and can help build new friendships and local communities.
We can find you volunteering opportunities that match your interests, whether you are keen on arts, heritage, working with animals, giving advice and information, serving as a trustee, fundraising, working in charity shops or driving. If you have a specific interest in mental health or issues affecting disabled people, or in helping an individual in your community, we can help you to turn this interest into positive action.
If you wish to volunteer, either:
Contact your local Community Volunteer Coordinators
Make an appointment at one of our Volunteering Centres
or take a look at our Volunteer opportunities