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Voluntary Agencies

Voluntary Agencies are a great link between people who are looking to volunteer and those who have opportunities.  Using databases they are able to provide local people with relevant skills and time commitment ideas, who have already expressed an interest in volunteering.

Your volunteering opportunities can often be uploaded onto a database, and then can appear on various volunteer agency search engines to maximise the number of people who hear about you.  See the role descriptions page for outlines of potential rugby club opportunities and their criteria.

Contact any of the below direct and they will be happy to help you.

  • Community Service Volunteers (CSV) – work to encourage people to take an active part in their community by placing people in various roles.
  • Do-It – a national database of volunteering opportunities which was launched in 2001.  As part of the charity YouthNet, they do not charge to register opportunities or for people to view them. 
  • Experience Corps – a national recruitment agency who specialise in encouraging people over 50 to get involved in their local community.
  • National Association for Voluntary and Community Action (NACVA) – this is the network of 300 voluntary councils who promote volunteering and community action
  • Timebank – aim to raise awareness of the value of giving time to others and thus inspire people to volunteer.
  • Volunteering England – deal with people who have made the decision to volunteer and want help getting a suitable placement.

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