Volunteering in Wiltshire
Community First is proud to support volunteering in Wiltshire. Search for a volunteering role or advertise a volunteering vacancy with our free volunteering portal, Volunteer Connect.
Support for Volunteering in Wiltshire.
Community First is passionate about volunteering and the positive impact that volunteers have in local communities. From volunteer-led social action, to our board of trustees, many of the successful services and programmes we oversee could not exist without the support of volunteers.
Community First currently provides free volunteering services for people and organisations based in Wiltshire. This includes Volunteer Connect, a free self-service Volunteering Portal which connects Wiltshire-based volunteers with the organisations who are looking for them. Registration for volunteers and organisations is free, quick and easy.
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Featured Volunteering Roles
Leigh Park Community Centre
Trustee Committee Members Needed: Charity Trustees are the people who serve on the governing body of a charity. They may be known as trustees, directors, board members, governors or committee members. Charity trustees are responsible for the general control and management of the administration of a charity. Most people are eligible to serve as trustees. As a trustee you would serve as volunteer.
If you believe you can help then we would love to hear from! Please contact the Centre Manager
Telephone: 01373 825774 or
Calne Community Day Centre
The Centre supports socially isolated and lonely older people in Calne and district to keep them healthy, active, and remain independent. The Centre provides social activities, refreshments, lunch, entertainment, and outings for elderly residents who would otherwise not have these opportunities. The Centre is open every Monday between 10.15 am and 4 pm and is managed by one employee and about 15 volunteers. Following recent retirements, the Centre is looking for additional trustees of the charity in a variety of roles that can be tailored to individuals’ skills. Trustees meet every two months at 1.30 pm on the second Monday of the month for about 2 hours. Additional hours tend to average no more than 2 hours per week. Internet access is necessary to fulfil the role.
For further information contact Jan on 01249 740604 or by email to email@example.com
The Monday Wednesday Club
The Monday Wednesday Club is a much valued charity and volunteer run organisation which has been serving local communities for nearly 32 years, based at the Wesley Road Church Hall in Trowbridge. Its members are adults with learning difficulties and/or other disabilities who come twice a week to find friendship, safety and understanding, together with activities which help them to gain confidence, independence and reduce social isolation. The organisation is looking for volunteers to continue providing this valuable service to the community. If you can spare any time, or would like further information please contact: Fred by Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or Telephone 07849 79436
Splitz Support Service (Phoenix Project)
Volunteer Telephone Advisors
Volunteer Telephone Advisors are being sought by Splitz Support Service to help support clients with various issues they face around domestic abuse. No previous experience or qualifications are required. Full training and ongoing support will be provided. The role will be based at the Splitz head office in Trowbridge. All volunteers will be required to undergo an enhanced DBS check. For more information, please contact Sam Cooper, Service Delivery Coordinator on 01225 777724.
Find out more about this volunteer role on the Splitz website.