Take a look at our volunteering opportunies below!
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. Begin2Sports Group also sponsors talented children to participate in activities, life skills, and mentoring programme.
Suited & Booted helps vulnerable unemployed men get into employment by providing them with a suit and other interview clothing and accessories. The organisation aims for interviewees to move on from support, not only looking smart, but with their self-confidence boosted, better equipped to succeed at their job interview and deal with life’s challenges.
Citizens Advice Wandsworth (CAW) provide free advice about a range of social welfare issues including benefits, debt, housing and employment, helping around 13,000 people a year across the borough of Wandsworth.
Based in South London, Young Mums Support Network works with young mothers who are facing challenges with parenting. The organisation works to reduce isolation in parenthood, helps mothers to manage their homes, and offers cooking courses, sewing and gardening as well as back to work courses.
Make Shift Foundation works with ages 16-25 to provide access to enterprise, helping them turn their ideas into businesses. The organisation do this through a programme of test and trading opportunities, information and networking events and business support.
Age UK Lambeth provides a range of social and practical support, including information & advice, social prescribing, social activities, a handyperson service and learning opportunities. They also work to strengthen the local voluntary sector and services available to the community.
Millennium Community Service is a small family grassroots volunteer project offering free courses & workshops to the disabled, Elderly & unemployed. The organisation partners with Lewisham & Morley College 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.
Wandsworth Care Alliance works with local people to strengthen their voice, our communities and our voluntary sector in Wandsworth. The organisation supports with resources, building networks and strong connections between communities and provide vital information through research to improve the services across the borough of Wandsworth.
Number 1 Performing Arts, aka NOPA, creates change across the borough of Lambeth through performing arts and therapeutic intervention for disadvantaged young people, parents and children. NOPA have delivered 40 different programmes and developed methods in response to the needs of the community.
Link UP London connects volunteers willing to share their professional skills with local charities, community groups and social enterprises to make a real difference in their communities. All of our projects are structured and time-bound *like the one here*.
Future Skills Training invests time in children and young people to enable them to re-engage in education. Their values are to care for, empower and give hope to those they support including excluded, disengaged, at risk and vulnerable children and young people aged 8 -18.
For the past 70 years, Age UK Lambeth has been supporting older people across the entire borough of Lambeth. They run a number of activities and services including offering information & advice, social prescribing, and sharing learning opportunities to help older people live full, enjoyable and active lives.
Pauls Cancer Support is a charity that provides cancer support to all those affected by cancer, including families and those who support them. The organisation offers counselling, complementary therapies and wellbeing activities such as qigong, yoga, creativity and mindfulness to people affected by cancer.
Spare Hand is a community group that supports local charitable organisations find and manage frontline volunteers. Set up to support struggling organisations during COVID-19, the organisation mainly serves food banks, children on free school meals and NHS workers.
Global Urban Design is a social enterprise that provides urban design and placemaking services. Believing strongly in social responsibility, the organisation also provides training and mentoring, develops materials and publications promoting sound urban design principles, and works with stakeholders and a variety of groups on projects benefiting the community.
Work & Play Scrap Store promote artful re-use through the sharing of reclaimable resources for environmental and community benefit. The organisation strives to inspire up-cycling of materials donated by eco-friendly businesses, destined for landfill or incineration, at demos and workshops in schools and at community events.
Clowns Without Borders’ mission is to alleviate the suffering of children through laughter and play, recognising these things as stabilising forces for children living through humanitarian disaster. Through dynamic clown performances and playful, child-centered workshops, the organisation provides emotional comfort and respite to children when they need it the most.
The Carnegie Community Trust was set up with support from Lambeth Council and the Heritage Lottery Fund to run the Carnegie Library building in Herne Hill for the benefit of the community. The library, now located in one room, is still run by Lambeth Council.
CoDa Dance Company is the go-to provider in South East for dance and neurology, providing opportunities to make, dance and watch regardless of ability. CoDa specialises in multi-sensory performance for, by and with people with neurological conditions working in Wandsworth with local services.
Kambala Residents Association works to improve life for local people of the Kambala Estate, SW11 in whatever way they can. The organisation has strong links in the community and works closely with the local authority to provide the very best help and support for residents.
Age UK Wandsworth’s goals are to ensure older people have an improved quality of life, can live independently and well in their homes and are able to participate in the community. The organisation also aims to reduce the demand for health and social care through the services provided.
Waste Not Want Not is a social endeavour aiming to tackle food poverty and social isolation, divert food waste, and promote sustainability. They collect surplus food from local traders and distribute it to the community. The organisation also provides catering services in order to raise funds.
St. Michael’s Fellowship works directly with parents in order to help children through residential parenting assessments for local authorities, outreach for young parents in Lambeth and a family contact service.
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