The first step for volunteering within Lewisham.
We achieve this in four ways:
Supporting individuals to find the right volunteering role: and supporting organisations to find the right volunteers.
Communicating with stakeholders to ensure that they are informed about what is happening in volunteering in Lewisham.
Helping individuals to develop skills and confidence and organisations to develop good practice and volunteering opportunities.
Campaigning on behalf of volunteers to ensure that the time and skills given are valued and recognised, locally, regionally and nationally.
Click here for the 2015 dates for our Introduction to Volunteering Workshops.
This free workshop is for anyone who wants to find out more about volunteering and how it can help you.
It is designed to give you a greater understanding of volunteering in your local community....
We run one to one outreach services in local libraries. You can talk an experienced advisor face to face about what interests you whilst we compare your interests to the range of opportunities available.
To book an appointment call 020 8613 7113
Consultation and Research Volunteer
Consultation and Research Volunteer Needed
About this role
Volunteer Centre Lewisham provides services to organisations and indiv...
Interested in Volunteering? There are numerous community organisations within Lewisham Borough with volunteering opportuntities.
There are hundreds of volunteering opportunities available throughout the Lewisham Borough these can be long term, short-term or one-off projects and could involve many different activities.
Peer Volunteer Money Mentor
The Mindful Money Project is an exciting new project with Bromley and Lewisham Mind to help people with mental health problems develop the skills and knowledge to prevent personal debt and...
Alison is a 50 year old lady who has learning difficulties herself but this has not stopped her from helping others twice weekly at Deptford Reach and on the other days she volunteers teaching badminton. She continues to develop herself through training so that she can motivate others and increase her knowledge to pass on to others who face difficulties and hardship.
Read more volunteer stories →
|24 July 2014||Developing volunteering roles|
|16th October 2014||Recognising, valuing and appreciating volunteers|
|13th Jan 2015||Volunteering improves health and wellbeing|
|16th April 2015||Recording volunteering statistics and activity|