Volunteering can help your personal development and help you gain new skills, increase confidence and improved future employability. Calderdale Council have lots of exciting opportunities within the service, including being a tour guide at Todmorden Town Hall, Library Ambassadors or even gardening. Take a look at some of the current opportunities online here.
The Youth Offending Team is currently recruiting for all of its volunteers roles – Restorative Justice Volunteers, Referral Order Panel Members, Appropriate Adults and Mentors. The team provides training, expenses, support and supervision. For more information please contact Jess Hudson (Mondays to Wednesdays) on 01422 368279 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Would you be able to volunteer for Calderdale Council’s Independent Visitor service? We are looking for adult volunteers who can offer a regular commitment of 4-6 hours per month for 12 months or longer to support a young person who is in the care of Calderdale Council. As an Independent Visitor you will support, advise … More Volunteer with children and young people who are in care
Volunteers play an extremely important part in the delivery of countryside management in Calderdale, undertaking many tasks ranging from site management, wildlife surveys, maintaining public rights of way, supporting education activities, leading walks and running the shop at Ogden Water. Experience isn’t necessary as volunteers receive an induction and onsite training. Volunteers get the opportunity … More Volunteering with Countryside Services
Schools are changing – and so are governing bodies. The government is committed to raising educational standards in the classroom, and to increasing the role of parents and the local community. Volunteers are needed to help all our children reach their full potential. It is important that prospective governors know what is involved. This information … More Become a school governor
This campaign aims to help our residents to access the internet and experience the benefits of life online. Getting online can have a huge impact on people’s lives – from reducing social isolation to saving money, finding a job or learning new skills. And what about all the other amazing things you can do like … More Become a digital champion
Calderdale Council is looking for adult volunteers to support its work with children and young people who are in care and they are particularly looking for people who can volunteer to be Independent Visitors. Most people can be an Independent Visitor and the council are seeking adults aged 21 or over who: Get on well … More Volunteer and make a difference to young people