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Volunteering is a great way to gain skills, build up confidence, achieve goals and make new friends. There are opportunities in London and further afield. Employers, colleges and universities will be interested to know of volunteer experience.


Other organizations offering volunteering

Leonard Cheshire Disability runs a scheme for 10 to 35-year-olds with a long-term health condition or disability to volunteer in their community.

Volunteering Matters runs a project which supports families in Brent.

National Citizen Service (NCS) helps 15 to 17-year olds build skills for work and life while taking on new challenges and meeting new friends.

The British Red Cross offers volunteering and other schemes for young people.

The Prince’s Trust has many volunteering links and ideas.

The Kids Network - support children aged 8-11 in London by providing them with mentors from their local community to help them through the transition from primary to secondary school. 

Volunteer It Yourself  We help young people learn trade skills whilst helping to renovate vital community facilities. Generally, we work with learners between the ages of 14-24 but in some cases can take older or younger learners. Every learner has a chance to leave with an accreditation and in some instances leave with multiple. Those with an avid interest can be moved on to the progressions team for further support.




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