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Telephone: 01799 510525, 01799 510524
Email: volunteer@volunteeruttlesford.org.uk

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Youth Volunteering

Youth Volunteers contribute their time, energy and skills to benefit their community.

Why Volunteer: Volunteering will help you to gain experience, learn new skills, enhance your CV, and build self-confidence, equipping you for the jobs market. Voluntary work is rewarding, demanding, tiring, worthwhile and FUN.

There are many benefits to doing something for a good cause. You meet new people, and help your career - all at the same time as doing good in your community.

Wherever you want to go in life, volunteering can help you get there.

Employers love volunteering. Having some volunteering experience on your CV will help you to stand out from the crowd when it comes to getting a job.

In return for their time, volunteers become more skilled, confident and employable whilst doing things they really care about.

Volunteering can change your world; wherever you are, whatever you're into.

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Youth Opportunities

Over 200 volunteering opportunities suitable for 16 - 18 year olds

Film enthusiasts for cinema front of house duties

Befriend people with dementia in your local community

Savvy sorters needed by local charity shops

Local football associations need your help

Maintain and conserve local historic gardens

Make life easier for both patients in hospital and their families

Get fit, make friends, grow organic fruit and veg

Love animals - care for a variety of small and large animals

Deliver sensory stories to local children in libraries during the summer holidays

Have fun on the play bus to help with children’s activities

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Volunteer Centre Uttlesford, c/o Uttlesford District Council Offices, London Road, Saffron Walden, Essex CB11 4ER - Tel: 01799 510525/510524
Opening Hours Monday to Thursday 9.30 to 1.30