We help individuals and businesses in the Harrogate District to find volunteering opportunities. We also provide advice and support to groups which involve volunteers.
We are a registered charity and our service is completely free. Click below to find out how we can help you...
Writing Effective Volunteer Recruitment Ads Workshops
Are you in need of volunteers with a specific skill?
We have teamed up with national recruitment specialists, Interim Partners, to run two free workshop for Volunteer Managers.
Interim Partners recruit skilled professionals into management roles. Workshop attendees will have the opportunity to access expert advice from Interim's Consultants to help in attracting and recruiting skilled volunteers or talented young volunteers who are looking to build up their CV.
Click on the dates above to book your place. Space is limited so places will be allocated on a first come first served basis.
Get Set for Volunteering Free 6-Week Course
Beginning 23rd April 2015
at Community House, 46-50 East Parade, Harrogate, HG1 5RR
A short course for people who are interested in volunteering but would like to know more about what is involved and what roles are available in the area. This course is open to all but particularly welcomes people with a physical disability or sensory impairment.
These small group sessions are a sociable way to explore local volunteering opportunities, ask questions and find out more before deciding whether you wish to become a volunteer.
If you choose to apply for a volunteer role during the course we will provide any help you may need with making your application.
Book your free place now by clicking here.
If you have any queries about the course please get in touch by phoning Carol Gaiger on 01423 509004.
Volunteer Management Summer Training
Involving Volunteers from a Minority Ethnic Background
Free Tickets Available
9th June 2015 (1.30-4.00pm)Past attendees on our training said: “I feel I’ve learnt things I can put into immediate practice” and “Lots of tips and advices which I can use in my role. Thanks!”