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Volunteering


We find volunteers for local charities and also source volunteering opportunities in Westminster for people of all ages. In addition, we are currently running four volunteering projects that are addressing specific local needs.

Want to Volunteer In Westminster?

Some people volunteer to learn a new skill or to meet new people, others want to get work experience or a reference, and some simply want to build their confidence and have fun. Find out how to get involved.

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Recruit Volunteers For Your Organisation

If you are looking to recruit volunteers for a volunteering opportunity in Westminster, we can promote your organisation's volunteering opportunities to local people and businesses to ensure you get the support you need.  

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VOLUNTEER EMPLOYMENT SUPPORT

In line with the tumultuous times we are living in when so many people are losing their jobs, One Westminster has launched a Volunteer Employment Support project. This recruits volunteers to support and assist Westminster residents who are currently unemployed to become more employable.

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BEFRIENDING AN OLDER PERSON

For many older people who live alone or without social companionship, life can be more stressful than it needs to be. And if they are housebound or have restricted mobility, or suffer from a long term illness, all this can lead to increased levels of depression and anxiety. This project is currently looking for more volunteers.

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LEARNING DISABILITIES VOLUNTEERING

One Westminster is looking for people and community organisations to get involved with our Learning Disabilities Volunteering Scheme that helps people with a learning disability gain a volunteer role that will help build their confidence and gain new skills.

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WELLBEING CHAT

The Wellbeing Chat service is a telephone friendship initiative that provides emotional support to lonely and isolated Westminster residents. The service matches volunteers on a one-to-one basis with a lonely resident, for a minimum of three months, offering a 30-minute call every week to ensure the resident's needs are being met as well as providing a friendly social contact.

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