Recruiting volunteers from across the Liverpool City Region has never been easier. Halton & St Helens VCA are working in partnership with our neighbouring CVS’s – connecting our Volunteering Portals together. Organisations register once instead of up to 5 times to connect with potential volunteers across Halton, Knowsley, Liverpool, Sefton, St Helens and Wirral. You can add in as many opportunities as you like recruiting for multiple locations too if your services cover two or more boroughs.
The VS6 Partnership are pleased to announce the launch of the Liverpool City Region Volunteering Hub website, the central place for all volunteering needs across the city region.
Forestry England's Shadow Volunteer scheme puts successful applicants into the heart of managing the nation's forests. Supported by a beat team you will shadow and be mentored by an experienced member of staff as you carry out your day-to-day tasks. You will be given training and develop on-the-job skills and experience during your volunteer placement, which can run one to three days a week for a period of six months.
Halton Veterans are looking for new volunteers from Halton Castle and surrounding areas who are keen to make a difference in looking after their community or from a younger point of view to learn to respect and make a difference in their community.
To find out more aboout the litter picking group and how to volunteer, please email:
Location: St Helens and Knowsley
Reporting to: Chair of the Board of Trustees
Hours: Variable but no more than two days per month
Are you MYA material?
Merseyside Youth Association is seeking to recruit an honorary treasurer for the Charity’s Board of Trustees.
Salary: Voluntary basis
Hours: Flexible – see job description for more information
Vee’s Place, in Prescot, provides a safe and nurturing place for vulnerable people to access support, information and guidance so that they can begin to tackle the problems they face. Their aim is to work with the community to improve the quality of life of local people and support them to engage in positive activities and lead fulfilled lives.
St Helens Council are looking to recruit new members to the Town Deal Board.
The Board is a great opportunity to make key decisions about St Helens. They are really looking to have a diverse number of members on the board from all backgrounds and are really keen to have representation from the Charitable/Voluntary sector and think having someone from our sector would be amazing.
It’s a voluntary role with a commitment to attend 4 meetings per year.