Volunteering Opportunities

Youth and Communities

SNAAP is seeking for volunteers during school holidays and After School

These sessions are for our older members, aged 12-19 years.

Canterbury, Whitstable & Herne Bay Scout Council is seeking a regular need for Leaders to help run meetings. A long-term commitment is preferred.

SNAAP is seeking volunteers for Family Fun Session – during school holidays.

Hope for tomorrow is looking for individuals who want to contribute something extra and believe in the aims of Hope for Tomorrow.

We need individual volunteers who are married or who have been married at least a few years, and believe in the value of marriage to society to run our workshops in classrooms.

We need married couples who have been married at least a few years, or couples who are married to new partners and have been married before and believe in the value of marriage to society.

We have many different opportunities for your talents and interests. You can help organise or provide general assistance at activities and events, gather information, write news features, and much more.

You can help build a connected community by sharing your particular skills and enthusiasm to reach and inspire other people with sight loss.

Join our fabulous community of Sooty Box collectors to find homes in shops, pubs and cafes, pick up our full Sooty Boxes and count and bank the money that has been kindly donated.

SNAAP is seeking volunteers for Windchimes After School Play Scheme.

As a local organisation and charity in the town of Whitstable we are always on the lookout for people that want to support us and the youth in many different types of way.

RNIB Connect Members can now join regional Facebook pages and our online community to blog, join discussions and find out about events taking place locally.

We are looking for volunteers to assist at our KAB club in Whitstable which meets weekly on a Tuesday afternoon.

The holder of this post will form part of Unlock’s peer-led Helpline, ensuring that people with convictions have access to the most trusted, high quality, independent, relevant information to support their needs and aspirations.

You can play a key role to help us shape our understanding of volunteer expectations and the way in which we can meet and exceed them.

Community Champions assist the Hope for Tomorrow team in promoting our aims by representing us at a range of occasions and community events as well as speaking on our behalf to local community groups.

We are looking for empathic, non-judgemental individuals from all walks of life that have an interest in community safety, and who themselves have a mature approach and a firm set of personal boundaries.

There are a variety of roles within the KSS CRC Volunteer and Peer Mentor Unit, but all are aimed at supporting individuals to improve areas of their lives they have identified as problematic.