Take a look at our volunteering opportunities below!
All of the roles we are currently promoting are entirely VIRTUAL and can be done from home via email, telephone and video calling. For more information please get in touch!
AYDA, based in Croydon, develops special workshops and activities for all young people and provides advice and support for parents who are isolated and have no familial bonds. The organisation looks to empower the community to recognise different beliefs, values & customs to promote diversity and raises awareness of cultural practices that have implications for all.
Lambeth based Sister2SisterBU is a women’s empowerment group. Inspiriting women to better their wellbeing, confidence and self esteem. Activities include: Monthly Menopause Support Group, Saturday Morning Breakfast Chills, Wellbeing Courses and an Annual Ladies Wellbeing Day.
Home-Start Barnet’s mission is supporting families to give children a strong start in life. They operate across Barnet, Brent, Enfield, Harrow and Tower Hamlets, delivering emotional and practical support to parents and children and offer one-to-one home visiting, group activities, MoneySmart coaching, and counselling.
Being incredibly disturbed by the silence of the Indian diaspora in UK to the increasing number of gang rapes and the sheer brutality of them, gave birth to NaariSamatā, a charity working on rape prevention by teaching the youth about gender equality and respect for women.
The Big Local SW11, works to address loneliness, isolation and mental health (particularly Anxiety and Depression) using a Community Development approach, enabling others and working in partnership. Their aim is to build a stronger, more resilient community sector by removing barriers that prevent people from realising their potential as residents, workers and volunteers.
Project skill: Programme Development | Project duration: 15 hours | Cause area: Education
Breakfast Clubs Against Racism is a new non-profit combatting racism through a series of breakfast clubs and school programmes for 10-13-year-olds.
Project skill: Marketing | Project duration: 32 hours | Cause area: Community & Economic Development
Link UP London’s aim is to build stronger communities by harnessing professional skills for social good.
Project skill: Volunteer Systems Development | Project duration: 28 hours | Cause area: Community and Economic Development
Sands End Arts & Community Centre aims to give more residents from a wider range of backgrounds the opportunity to experience and participate in cultural activities.
Project skill: Website design and Search Engine Opitmisation | Project duration: 36 hours | Cause area: Human and Civil Rights
Wandsworth Mediation Service is passionate about bridging gaps between those in conflict.
Project skill: Relationship Building | Project duration: 16 hours | Cause area: Community & Economic Development
The Community Trust works with young people and vulnerable groups in and around the Stockwell Park Estate in South London. The charity runs early years support and community centre.
Project skill: Human Resource | Project duration: 20-25 hours | Cause Area: LGBTQIA+
Raze is a charity established to support, develop and nurture queer performance in the UK, valuing representation, diversity and visibility while using Raze as a commissioning, development and networking platform to support the queer community with funding, opportunity and queer led spaces.
Project skill: Web Development | Total project duration: 12 hours | Cause area: Children and Youth
Begin2Sports Group specialises in sports coaching for young people and adults, providing physical activity, mental wellness, health and well-being and mentoring designed to develop and maximise participants full potential, confidence and self-esteem.
Project skill: IT | Total project duration: 12 hours | Cause area: Women and Gender
ForwardCulture is a social initiative focusing on the empowerment of South Asian women, founded by Aaminah and Seetal of TWO-BROWNGIRLS.
Community TechAid is a south London charity that is helping to bridge the digital divide by providing information technology and the skills to use it to those without.
Sen Talk is aimed specifically at children and young people with less ‘visible’, hidden disabilities such as autism spectrum conditions (ASC) and attention deficit disorders (ADD/ADHD).
Lerato Community supports hard to reach disadvantaged BAME young people aged 9-25 years old in Lambeth. We provide sports and creative arts activities for 9-16 year-olds during the school holidays to keep them safe and give them experiences that build resilience, confidence, and self-esteem. In addition, we run an accredited business and enterprise course supported by coaching and mentoring for 16-25-year-olds. Our aim is to support young people to be aspirational, so they break down the barriers that exist in their personal and social lives to seek financially secure futures.
Wimbledon Civic Theatre Trust empowers young people in Merton to express their creativity and fulfil their potential. Their Young Actors Company provides high-quality acting training, giving young people a safe space to create exciting and challenging theatre on a professional stage. They are based at New Wimbledon Theatre from 2005 to March 2020, but shifted activities online during the pandemic. They are currently creating short films to celebrate the history of Mitcham and Wimbledon & Putney Commons.
Young Camden Foundation supports young people across the borough of Camden. The organisation aims to provide a new model of local support for its members, which includes building capacity and better equipping the community with resources and funding. Promoting partnerships to increase youth investment in the sector.
The Safety Box was born out of the great need to proactively address the growing concerns of youth violence, low self-esteem, knife crime, bullying, CSE (Child Sexual Exploitation), school exclusions, gangs, drugs, exploitation and underachievement of young people. Their mission is to awaken the potential of youth, so that they have a better future and above all keep them safe, delivering a range of accredited programs to not only those in prison, youth at risk, and young people; but also to their parents, caregivers and professionals working with youth at risk.
Free2B Alliance is a Community Interest Company supporting the LGBTQ+ community. Free2B has three key service areas: Support for LGBTQ+ young people via youth clubs and 1:1 mentoring, support for parents of LGBTQ+ children, via Proud Parents group & 1:1 mentoring, and Delivering LGBTQ+ awareness training, to foster an inclusive environment within education establishments and organisations across the sectors. Free2B improves LGBTQ+ lives by providing responsive wellbeing support, safe spaces and proactive education, empowering local communities to address discrimination.
Based in Lambeth, Friends of Ruskin Park ensure Ruskin Park is well cared for and maintained, and has a planned and healthy future. They raise money to help maintain and improve the park, preserving it for future generations and also organise and support a regular programme of events and activities.
Chair of TrusteesHome-Start Lambeth’s aim is to prevent the challenges of poverty, neglect and isolation from compromising children’s ability to thrive, through matching volunteers with vulnerable families with young children in order to provide support through weekly visits and calls. All volunteers are carefully recruited, selected and trained to support families with a range of…
Every Step Matters provides therapeutic group and individual support to children young people and adults empowering them to break the cycle of Domestic Abuse and form healthy loving relationships.
Spaces for hope. Basecamp for change. Canvas Café is a Vegan Cafe, Creative Venue & Community Hub. They unite people with space and support to solve local problems and make life better for communities around them.
Millennium Community Solutions is a growing grassroots volunteer project offering free courses & workshops to the disabled, Elderly & unemployed. The organisation partners with Lewisham & Morley College, among others throughout South London, who assist through supplying teachers for each course; from health & safety on a building site to website building, animation to arts & crafts, 6 days a week.
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