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

> Search opportunities at Crisis
> Search opportunities at Action for Children

Community organisations, large and small, for example:

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

> Search opportunities at Volunteer Centre Liverpool (LCVS)

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

> Search opportunities at Healthiness LTD
> Search opportunities at Brook
> Search opportunities at Marie Curie

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.

Explore the full range of opportunities on the My Jobs & Placements website.
(Please note: My Jobs & Placements requires registration. Once registered, be sure to select 'voluntary work' and further refine your search by location and sector.)