https://civilservicelocal.blog.gov.uk/2014/04/25/volunteering-east-of-england/

Volunteering in the east of England

Civil Service volunteering is a key element of the government white paper on giving.

In the east of England we have bought together local schemes looking for civil service volunteers in our regions.

You can see the current opportunities on offer below. To apply please email a completed expression of interest form to Janice Smith.

Current opportunities

Age UK
What: befriending and visiting old people

Age UK
What: helping in Age UK shops

Career Academies UK
What: become a member of a local advisory board / give a guru lecture

NSPCC
What: ChildLine schools service programme volunteer

Deafblind
What: support group

The Princes Trust: business mentor

The Princes Trust: progression mentor

Read Easy: Peterborough
What: coaching adults to read

Railworld: curatorial assistant

Railworld: general maintenance/handyman

Railworld: gardener

Railworld: model railway operator/modeller

School Governors’ One-Stop Shop (SGOSS)
What: become a school governor in:

SoS Domestic Abuse Projects: Fledglings Child and Family Contact Centre
What: support worker

Trailblazers
What: mentor young men (aged 18 to 21) due to be released from prison

Young Enterprise

Young Lives, Peterborough
What: data management and office support (September to December)