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Volunteering Kirklees is your local volunteer centre and is part of Voluntary Action Kirklees. If you’re looking for volunteers for your organisation, or some guidance in supporting them, this is the place to find it. The Volunteering Kirklees web site includes volunteering opportunities and training for both volunteers and supervisors.
Latest news from Volunteering Kirklees:
- Volunteering Opportunity – Family Nursing Support Assistant
- Summer Fun Leader – Volunteering Opportunity
- Volunteers Needed – British Heart Foundation
- Royal Voluntary Service – Various Opportunities
- Latest Opportunities – July & August
Voluntary Action Kirklees
Voluntary Action Kirklees (VAK) supports local charities, voluntary organisations and community groups. This includes helping new groups to get established and helping existing groups to improve what they already do. VAK is a registered charity and a company limited by guarantee.
Latest news from Voluntary Action Kirklees:
- Vacancies – Growing Works
- Volunteers Needed – Growing Works
- Vacancies – WomenCentre
- Funding Opportunities For Local Groups & Charities
- Performance Picnics – The LBT Needs You
Volunteering – Kirklees Council
There are many opportunities to get involved and volunteer in Kirklees Council.
Do-It.org is the national volunteering database, which includes lots of volunteering opportunities in the Kirklees area.
Your Chance is a supported volunteering project in Kirklees. If you would like to volunteer in your community, but think you might need a bit of extra support to do so, please get in touch.
Latest news articles on this site:
- Growing works – volunteering opportunity in Huddersfield
- Community Allotment Open Morning – Saturday 7th June 2014
- Volunteers wanted – Birkby Rosehill Cricket Club
- Changes to Volunteering Kirklees email addresses
- Your Chance – supported volunteering project
- lynsey anderson on Access to Higher Education from Kirklees College – 2012
- Kirsty eggett on Volunteering at Lifeline Kirklees
- Suzanne Copley (Kirklees Council - Adult Learning) on Free ESOL course proposed at The Hillhouse Centre, Birkby – September 2012