Volunteering is an incredibly rewarding experience that should benefit both you and the organisation you are working for.
For many voluntary organisations in particular, volunteers are a vital part of their team without whose time, skills and knowledge they could not operate. Even just offering an hour of your time a week can really make a difference.
Mansfield Volunteer Centre
Mansfield Volunteer Centre is situated within Community House and managed by Mansfield CVS. It offers a volunteer brokerage service matching potential volunteers with opportunities across Mansfield and District.
We have a variety of volunteer opportunites on our database and can search for specific roles, if you have something in mind, on your behalf.
Who can become a volunteer?
The simple answer is anyone! There are fewer roles for under-16s, but opportunties are out there. We can point you in the right direction if you don't know where to start.
There is something for everyone, no matter what your skills, experience or availability. Even people who work full time may be able to offer a couple of hours a week to coach a youth sports team or serve refreshments.
What can I expect?
Volunteers are part of a work team, and in the workplace they have the same rights as employed staff. Though you will not be paid, volunteers can expect:
How can I find out more?
There are a number of ways you can find out more information about volunteering;
Face to face volunteer appointments take place on Mondays and Wednesdays. Please call 01623 392444 to book an appointment.
You can also search for opportunties online at Do-It which lists a huge range of roles across the country,
If you need any other information about becoming a volunteer, you can visit Volunteering England.
My name is Deanna (it’s not always been but, explanations later) and I’ve been volunteering at Mansfield CVS roughly six and a half years now. During that time I have worked with almost every creed and colour, the disabled; the gay and the transgendered; the last two of which count me among their company, told you I wasn’t always Deanna.
Deanna Bell, VolunteerRead More