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Do-it.org

Do-it

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Find a volunteering opportunity near you. Do-it.org is the UK’s national volunteering database, Do-it.org makes it easy for anyone to volunteer in their community.

Space*

Space*

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Space* [DYS Space Ltd] work and support Devon young people and their families to unlock potential. The volunteer’s gift of time is highly valued. Volunteers at Space* support young people from all backgrounds to learn, create and realise their potential by providing a space to hang out with mates, talk about things they can’t ask their parents, gain confidence and try new things.

Devon Voluntary Action

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Devon Voluntary Action is a Devon-wide partnership that offers help, advice and support to voluntary and community sector groups. They also have a constantly updated webpage showcasing hundreds of volunteer opportunities across the county.

Home Start

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Home Start help families struggling with post-natal depression, bereavement, physical health issues and much more to give their young children the most positive start they can get. Volunteers need to complete a preparation course, but can look forward to a hugely rewarding role meeting and helping young families.

Young Devon

Young Devon

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Young Devon is a charity aiming to give young people across the county the best start when it comes to housing, skills, jobs and mental health. Volunteering can be office-based or working with young people in the community, and the charity is always looking for new people to help carry out their work.

Barnardo’s

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Barnardo’s is a leading charity for vulnerable children in the UK. They have a huge range of volunteering opportunities, from helping local projects, to befriending and mentoring, to helping out in one of their many shops. Whatever your skills, you can put them to good use helping young people in need.

vInspired

Student volunteering

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vInspired is the UK’s leading volunteering charity for 14 – 25 year olds. vInspired helps young people to make their mark on causes that they care about, whilst learning new skills and talents along the way.

Employers are looking for candidates who stand out from the crowd, who have developed their skills, abilities and ambitions and who are not afraid to get involved. Volunteering and extra-curricular activities can help you achieve and demonstrate this.

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Citizens Advice Devon

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Citizens Advice Devon provides free, confidential and impartial advice to everyone who needs it in towns and villages throughout Devon. CAB Devon also runs a telephone helpline and online webchat service. They rely on the contribution of over 450 volunteers who receive extensive training and support to give advice or to support the service in other ways. You can find out what volunteering roles might suit you best and search for local opportunities using our national website.