Volunteering In Oxfordshire
Do you want to make a real difference to the lives of children with disabilities? Be a Chiltern Centre volunteer. As we organise a variety of fantastic events throughout the year, we always need a family of volunteers to make it all happen. From sporting events to dinners and even quiz nights, a helping hand from you would be a much appreciated gift. Although we rely on volunteering in Oxfordshire, our volunteers do come from far and wide – so get in touch no matter where you live.
Supporting The Chiltern Centre is not just about donating money or services. We also rely on volunteers who generously give precious time and skills. Being a volunteer can be lots of fun, is a great way to gain new skills, and make fantastic new friends along the way. If you have some spare time to give, why not support The Chiltern Centre by becoming part of our inspiring team?
As a small charity for disabled children, we are so grateful for every bit of support our incredible volunteers give. No experience is necessary – you just need enthusiasm!
If you would like to help contribute to making the world a better place for local disabled children, give a gift of time. Please find out how you can help by emailing email@example.com or call 01491 575575.
Please note: volunteers don’t tend to work directly with the children and young people who stay with us, as they each have specialist one-to-one care throughout their visit.
Help With Events
You can support Chiltern Centre by helping out at one of our events. Whatever time you can spare, representing us as a volunteer is a fantastic way to improve the lives of local disabled children and young adults.
In particular, we often need people to organise and run events, as well as help spread the word within local communities. If you would like to join us to raise awareness of disability issues and help care for disabled children too, we’d love to hear from you.
Please contact Jane or Liz by email firstname.lastname@example.org.
As well as the chance to give disabled children a better future, corporate volunteering encourages strong team spirit across your organisation too.
Questions to consider:
- How many people would you want to take part?
- What skills does the team have?
- What would you like to achieve?
- What is your budget both in terms of cost and time?
To make the most of your team’s time out of the office, we hold a team meeting with you to plan the project beforehand. Whether you want to nurture the skills of your workforce or boost morale within the company, a voluntary initiative for Chiltern Centre paves the way for countless company benefits.
For more information on how to involve your employees in a positive community project for the Chiltern Centre, please contact Jane Ainslie on 07525213800 or email email@example.com.