Volunteer in libraries - Time2Give
Time2Give offers enjoyable and worthwhile volunteering opportunities across the county's libraries, as well as at the Kent History Centre and in some Registration Offices. There are activities for everyone, whatever your age, experience or the amount of time you are able to give
- supporting adult literacy
- reading group hosts, including groups for people with mental health issues and audio reading groups for people who are blind or visually impaired
- IT Buddies - helping customers who are using library computers
- researching, collating and indexing local studies resources
- helping staff with activities to encourage family use of libraries, like rhyme-time, or homework clubs
- helping to develop resources about World War 1
- assisting with functions and events, including publicity and displays
- helping out in practical ways, such as with the library and ceremony gardens
- helping people across the community access library services, such as delivering books to customers who are homebound.
Read our information leaflet (PDF, 2.5 MB) to find out more.
How to apply
To become a Time2Give volunteer, complete the application form.