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As a volunteer, you could make a real difference to
people's lives, as well as your own.
Find out who you can volunteer with, where to start looking and
how you might benefit.
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Read about the types of opportunities
Volunteering is about giving up your time to do something
useful. You won't get paid but you'll learn new skills, meet new
people and have great experiences.
Find out more about the basics of
However you want to help, we have lots of volunteering
opportunities for you, from working with young offenders and
vulnerable adults, to helping maintain Kent's
Find out more about volunteering with
Kent County Council.
Following a very successful partnership Conference, supported by
Kent Fire and Rescue and Endorsed by Nick Hurd, Minister for Civil
Society and Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury, please follow
the links below to the films and speaker presentations.
Employee Volunteering video
Hurd MP interview
Sue Morris presentation (PPT, 1.2mb)
Square Pegs Drama Club presentation (PPT, 3mb)
Justin Welby presentation (PPT, 111k)
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Community grants and funding
Kent Partners Compact
Kent's Volunteering Charter (PDF 965k)
Kent Volunteers Advisory Group - Get Involved Newsletter (PDF,
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