Volunteers

Use your skills to make a difference

Volunteer your knowledge and expertise with a local organisation in London.

There are many ways you can use your skills to make a difference; get involved in a Project, present at an event, take part in Flash Consulting, write a blog and more.

Many of us look for a way to ‘give back’ but often struggle to find meaningful volunteer roles that fit into our busy lives. Our Skilled Volunteering is designed to fit into everyone’s schedules. There are many ways you can use your skills to make a difference.

All skills are needed including marketing, HR, strategy, communications, social media, legal, finance, data collection / analysis, research, writing organisational development, systems design and much more.

PROJECTS

Short-term and flexible support ranging from a few hours to 60 hours over 6 months

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FLASH CONSULTING

A 1.5 hour burst of support, advice and guidance

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SKILLS-SHARING EVENTS

Volunteers present their expertise to an audience of Social Good Organisations in need of support

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What volunteers say

I enjoyed working with Fayre & Square to design their first annual report. Their ethos is something close to my heart and it was lovely to be given creative freedom to help them communicate what they have achieved over the last couple of years.

Working on this project to develop a social media strategy has allowed me to continue to refine my social media marketing skills [and] to see growth in my skills as a marketing professional. I have every belief that great things are in store for The Wheelchair Skills College and I am delighted to have been part of this project.

It was such a great feeling to be able to help an organisation streamline their processes so that they can spend their valuable time in helping others. That makes me feel like I’ve made a contribution to making the world a better place!

Being exposed to new organisations, their objectives and challenges and their stakeholders forced me to think outside of what I was used to in my previous roles, which is important to prompt creativity whilst being able to bring my own experience for their benefit. Very rewarding to know you've been able to help in such a way.

Volunteering with Link UP London surpassed my expectations. It felt great to contribute my time to a worthy cause and I enjoyed the experience more than I thought possible. It was great to work with people really passionate about their organisation and I loved turning my skills to a new challenge. It feels wonderful to do something worthwhile and have such a great time doing it.

Featured Opportunities

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Social Media Strategy (LinkedIn)

Pan Intercultural Arts works across ethnic, cultural and faith boundaries to encourage understanding, integration and empowerment.

Digital Communications Review

Waste Not Want Not Battersea collects surplus food from nearby markets and distributes it across the local community and youth…

Strategy Development

Nxt Generation CIC aim to provide the next generation with the mentorship, skills, encouragement, confidence and networks to help them…

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Our Stories

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Rewriting Digilearning's training programme curriculum

The Organisation – Digilearning Digilearning is a UK charity educating children, parents and teachers with digital skills. The London-based organisation…
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