There are many ways you can help your local community and neighbours:
- Shopping for others
- Dog walking
- Helping people who are ill or self-isolating
- Online mentoring or socialising
- Litter picking and other community schemes
There are also opportunities available to you if you are self-isolating or are not able to offer physical help.
Find a volunteering opportunities to support your community
Use the search to find opportunities that we have available. You can filter by area and by type of volunteering work available.
Make sure you read our Guidance for Volunteers before you apply.
Assemble is a national programme taking place in non-mainstream schools in London, Manchester, and Wales. Designed to address the rising number of disabled and neurodivergent young people experiencing isolation and... read more →
The International Youth Volunteering Programme (IYVP) can offer young people aged 18-25 who live in Wales the opportunity to travel to Spain to take part in a full-time, structured, and... read more →
We are looking for volunteers who are eager to make a difference in their own community to make a difference in the life of a young person. The mentor will... read more →
The RAF Association is a member-led, welfare charity that exists to ensure that all members of the RAF community are supported, when they require it. The caseworker’s role is at... read more →
The Birth Partner Project is a Cardiff based charity that supports women seeking sanctuary who would otherwise birth alone. A small team of three volunteers is assigned to each woman... read more →
Our vision is to live in a society where older people are respected and enabled to meet their aspirations. We are committed to tackling loneliness, isolation and poverty for the... read more →
We are currently looking for new volunteers to join the Independent Monitoring Board (IMB) at 5 prisons across Wales (HMP Cardiff, Parc, Swansea, Usk/Prescoed, Berwyn, and Eastwood Park (Gloucestershire)). The... read more →
Project Background The HOPE project (Helping Others Participate and Engage) is a partnership project between Age Cymru, Age Cymru local partners and Age Connects Wales partners across the whole of... read more →
Information on benefits, health, money, housing or care for older people, their family, friends, carers and professionals. Website: www.ageuk.org.uk/cymru Advice Line: 08000 223 444 (advice line open Mon-Fri 9am -... read more →