Volunteering will enrich your life in many different ways – from supporting the essential work and campaigning, we do to support people in the community, to providing face-to-face support within some of our projects.

Volunteering has a meaningful, positive impact on our community. However, did you know that it could have many benefits for you, too?

You may have heard that volunteering helps you enrich your life, but keep in mind that what you really may be wanting to experience is a complete picture of you, and real examples of your commitment, dedication, and interests.
Reasons to volunteer:

Gain valuable life experiences and skills
Whether you help the sick or mail flyers for CCF Foundation, you’ll experience the real world through hands-on work.

Meet interesting people
Volunteering brings together a variety of people. Both the recipients of your volunteer efforts and your co-workers can be rich sources of insight. For example, maybe you will learn about the essentials of good health from a person who is suffering form Diabetes.

Volunteering has many other intangible benefits. It can help you give back to society, break down barriers of misunderstanding or fear, explore personal issues, and even have fun.

Why volunteer?
Here are a few reasons why people volunteer. Which one is right for you?

  • To meet new people, develop friendships
  • To work as part of a team
  • To learn new skills and expand your knowledge
  • To directly impact on the lives of people
  • To gain valuable work experience
  • To help make a real difference in the life of another being

Questions to ask yourself before you volunteer
It is important that you enjoy the type of service you choose and that you have the time to stick with it. Ask yourself these questions before you commit to us.

  • How much time do I have to commit?
  • Do I want an ongoing, regularly scheduled assignment, a short-term assignment, or a one-time assignment.
  • Am I willing to participate in a training course or do I want to start my volunteer work immediately?
  • Which talents or skills do I offer?
  • What would I most like to learn by volunteering?
  • What don’t I want to do as a volunteer?
  • Do I want to work alone or with a group?
  • With what kind of people do I want to work — both in terms of who is receiving my services and in terms of who my co-workers might be?

Once you have clarity of what you are looking for and want to do, please fill in the form linked below and we will call you with further details and action as required.
Whether you have a few hours or a few days to spare – we would love you to join in. to get started, simply fill in the enclosed form and we will let you know about volunteering opportunities that might be right for you.