Current Volunteer Vacancies

Voluntary Norfolk is currently seeking volunteers in the following services/roles. Unless otherwise stated volunteers must be 18 years of age. To register your interest in volunteering with a specific service/role please use the appropriate link below:

  • Carers Matter Norfolk (CMN) – provides tailored support services to meet the individual needs of unpaid adult carers, including a free telephone advice line, carers’ breaks, education and training, carers’ assessments and one-to-one support in the community. Volunteers are needed across Norfolk as befrienders, carers’ group members and to offer digital support and training. You can find out more about the service on our Carers Matter Norfolk page. To register your interest in becoming a CMN volunteer, please read our Volunteer Agreement and complete our online form, or email CMNvolunteering@voluntarynorfolk.org.uk
  • Better Together Norfolk (BTN) – tackles the impacts of loneliness and isolation, including a free telephone helpline and one-to-one support in the community. Volunteers are needed across Norfolk as befrienders and support group members. You can find out more about the work of BTN on Better Together Norfolk website. To register your interest in becoming a BTN volunteer, please read our Volunteer Agreement and complete our online form or email BTNvolunteering@voluntarynorfolk.org.uk
  • Health & Wellbeing Volunteer Service – offers support to people who are recovering from illness or facing the challenge of a long term health condition. Based in North and South Norfolk, volunteers are needed to work with individual clients to help them achieve specific health goals, improving their physical and emotional health, their wellbeing and independence. You can find out more about the service on our Health & Wellbeing Service page. To register your interest in becoming a Health & Wellbeing volunteer, please complete our online form or email healthandwellbeing@voluntarynorfolk.org.uk
  • ERS Non-emergency Patient Transport – recruits volunteers who use their own cars to provide door to door transport for those unable to travel via other means to essential medical appointments within East Anglia, and sometimes further afield. You can find out more about the service on our ERS Non-Emergency Patient Transport Service page. To register your interest in becoming an ERS volunteer driver, please complete our online form or email ian.whiting@voluntarynorfolk.org.uk
  • Norfolk Community Health & Care NHS Trust (NCH&C) – recruits volunteers who are 16 years of age or older to support clinical and administration teams within NCH&C locations across Norfolk or remotely from home. By undertaking non-clinical support tasks, our volunteers enable clinical staff to focus on the activities only they can complete and provide much needed additional care, friendship, advice and support to patients, their families and carers. You can find out more about the service on our Norfolk Community Health and Care (NCH&C) page. To register your interest in becoming an NCH&C, please complete our online form or email volunteering@nchc.nhs.uk
  • East Coast Community Healthcare CIC (ECCH) – recruits volunteers who support clinical and administration services within ECCH’s various locations across Norfolk and Suffolk. By undertaking non-clinical tasks, our volunteers enable clinical staff to focus on the activities only they can complete and provide much needed additional time, care, friendship, advice and support to patients, their families and carers. You can find out more about the service on our East Coast Community Healthcare Service (ECCH) page. To register your interest in becoming an ECCH volunteer, please complete our online form or email ECCH.volunteering@nhs.net
  • SOS Bus – looks after the safety, health & well-being of people visiting Norwich on Friday & Saturday nights. Volunteers are urgently needed as shift coordinators, shift supports and drivers – full training is provided and volunteers are supported by a paramedic, St John first Aiders and a security. You can find out more about the service on our SOS Bus page. To register your interest in becoming an SOS Bus volunteer contact the team via email.
  • Covid Response Volunteer Service – supports those impacted by the Pandemic, especially those required to self-isolate. Volunteers are still needed to deliver medication, collect and deliver groceries, undertake welfare checks, offer telephone bereavement support, walk the dog and make regular befriending telephone calls. Our Covid Response Volunteers also support the NHS and local councils in delivering test and trace activity and marshalling at vaccination centers. You can find out more about the service on our Covid Response Volunteer Service page. To register your interest in becoming a Covid Response volunteer, please please read our Volunteer Agreement and complete our online form or email covid19responseteam@voluntarynorfolk.org.uk
  • Digital Inclusion Volunteer Service – works with Norwich residents to develop the skills, capabilities and confidence they need to access online services, support and activities in order to increase their independence, connectivity, wellbeing and resilience. Volunteers are needed to provide one-to-one and group coaching. You can find out more about the service on our Digital Inclusion Service page. To register your interest in becoming a Digital Inclusion volunteer, please read our Volunteer Agreement and complete our online form or email DIvolunteerteam@voluntarynorfolk.org.uk