Charities, community and not-for-profit

Charities, community and not-for-profitĀ 

Interested in helping to support charities, communities and not-for-profit organisations?

Numerous charities and not-for-profit organisations across Merseyside are regularly looking for volunteers to support them in a wide range of activities. Areas you could get involved in include: 

Groups supporting vulnerable people, such as:

  • asylum seekers
  • the elderly
  • the homeless
  • refugees
  • individuals with health challenges or special needs

Community organisations, large and small, for example:

  • Merseyside Police
  • Merseyside Fire and Rescue
  • The Salvation Army
  • Fair Connections

Environmental and heritage groups:

  • Local parks
  • The National Trust
  • The Catalyst Museum

Animal welfare charities, such as:

  • Dogs Trust

Health organisations:

  • Clatterbridge Cancer Centre
  • The Brain Charity
  • Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital

Types of roles

A wealth of opportunites are available, everything from fundraising, event management and office-based support to advising and supporting specific intervention programmes. If you have a specific skill to offer, there are a number of specialist roles available, such as working on pro-bono law support or helping to pass on new skills to the unemployed or to those with special needs.

It's worth exploring the full range of opportunities on the My Jobs & Placements website to ensure you find what suits you and your circumstances.
(Please note: My Jobs & Placements requires registration. Once registered, be sure to select 'voluntary work' and further refine your search by location and sector.)

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