Volunteer Centre Patchway, Filton and the Stokes
Volunteer drop in sessions
Volunteer centre in Patchway, runs drop in session to help individuals to find suitable volunteering role. Our team will work with each individual and work out the role and time slot that could suit according to their need.
Find : Barbara and the volunteer team Michelle and Catherine
Time : every Tuesday morning between 10am - 12pm
At : Patchway Hub volunteer centre office, The Hub, Rodway Road, Patchway BS34 5EB.
Call Barbara on 01454 868986 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Local places to volunteer are:
Memory Cafe - group support and activities for people with dementia
Patchway Youth Centre - youth work assistants
Friends of Southern Brooks - fundraising to support local community projects
Three Brooks Nature Conservation Group - planting, clearing and surveying
Food Bank - sorting and storing
You can drop in to ask about local volunteering roles.
Usually the team will have a chat with you to find out:
- your interests
- what you've done in the past
- what you're doing at the moment
- what you'd like to do or have a go at
You might not have had experience of volunteering before. The team will talk to you about what volunteering means and what you might expect.
Different volunteering roles have different expectations. For example some roles like a weekly commitment and other roles ask for particular skills or qualities which are important to doing the role safely. These requirements are usually explained in a short description about the volunteering role. If you need more details about the role, we can help find out extra information from the organisation.
You can have help with recruiting the right volunteers for your role.
We can help with:
- creating volunteer roles
- advice on volunteering policies and processes
- connecting organisations together
- sharing best practice and good ideas
You're welcome to email, call or arrange a meeting with us.
To learn more Visit Southern Brooks Community Partnership Patchway, Filton and Stokes volunteer site here